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Public Folders : remove replication to old server

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Hi,
I'm moving everything off our old Exchange 2000 Server onto a new Exchange 2003 SP2 cluster. So far I've completed moving all the mailboxes, but I have a question about public folders.
I initially replicated ALL public/system folders between both servers. I now have the below folders replicated on both new and old servers:  We will be completely deinstall exchange 2000 from old Exchange server and remove it from the network over the next few weeks. Question is , can I safely remove all these system folders from replicating to the old server now??

OAB Version 4      
controls      
OAB Version 3a      
OAB Version 2      
exchangeV1      
Schema      
img      
Schedule+ Free Busy Information - First Administrative Group      
views      
Organization Forms
EventConfig_UCS-COMM      
StoreEvents{F8FFA2F2-CAA4-4695-A9CF-0435B97D61CB}
internal      
globalevents
OWAScratchPad{F8FFA2F2-CAA4-4695-A9CF-0435B97D61CB}      
Offline Address Book - First Administrative Group      
StoreEvents{D5C5FFD8-CEFE-428D-A647-F5681A893E71}
internal
globalevents
schema-root
Default      schema-root\Default
microsoft      
OWAScratchPad{D5C5FFD8-CEFE-428D-A647-F5681A893E71}
exchweb      schema-root\microsoft\exchangeV1\exchweb
Offline Address Book - /o=UnitedCivic/cn=addrlists/cn=oabs/cn=Default Offline Address List

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