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80040E19 error message when you try to connect to public folders by using Exchange System Manager

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I am tryoing to migrate public folders from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007.  When I go into the ESM and view properties of a Public folder instance in the Exchnage 2003 Public Information Store I get the following error

The Object is no longer available. Press F5 to refresh the display, and then try again.

ID no: 80040E19
Exchange System Manager

I have followed the steps in KB282125  My default web site which hosts exchadmin was set to port 81 so I changed it to port 80 but I still get the error.  All other points in the KB282125 were correct on my server

Any ideas?
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Hi Tried that already
Any other ideas

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