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I moved exchange to a new server and somehow I screwed up the public calendars. They are listed in Outlook but they can not be opened or removed from Favorites. The calendars are also showing up in the public folders as well. When I go into the exchange system manager and look at the public folders in the first storage group they are not listed.  How can I delete the remnants of the old public calendars so they don't show up in the public folders in Outlook? And how can I remove the calendars from the favorites list in Outlook 2003?

These calendars were created by an AD users in Outlook and then "copied" and dropped in the Public folder. I was sure I replicated all the folders when I did the transfer, but I must have missed something. The old server is still on the network but Exchange has been uninstalled. The calendars worked up until exchange was removed from the original server. Same versions on both the old and the new... 2003



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