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We have number administrative groups each having individual public folders, I have requirement of moving few public folders from Administrative Group 'A' to Administrative Group 'B'. Please provide methodlogy to move Public Folders between AG's.

Many Thanks,

Kiran Kumar.
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by:deroyer
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Not sure which version of exchange you are using but I am attaching a link from a similar question where there was an accepted solution...  http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Q_22864796.html
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The server is Exchange 2003, and the Administrative Groups belong to single server.
The PF's move is between AG's in same server and not different servers.

Thanks,

Kiran Kumar
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by:deroyer
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I guess I am a little bit confused here by the terminology you are using.  A server belongs to an Administrative group.  Within an exchange org you have ...  Administrative Groups...  Servers...  Exchange Server... Storage Groups...  Mailstores (to inculde Public Folders)

There can be only one Public Folder instance per server.  Are you looking at moving the entire Public Folder to another server?  Or, are you wanting to move a subfolder of a particular Public Folder to a Public Folder residing on another server?

To move a particular folder it is done through Outlook...  Change to folder View and drag folder or item wherever you want it to go.

To move the entire public folder see attached link
http://searchexchange.techtarget.com/loginMembersOnly/1,289498,sid43_gci1229611,00.html?NextURL=http%3A//searchexchange.techtarget.com/expert/KnowledgebaseAnswer/0%2C289625%2Csid43_gci1229611%2C00.html?referrer=SEO_MO|www.google.com_ER_1229611
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by:kiran_kumar01
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Hi Deroyer,

Thanks for the update, I'm wanting to move a subfolder/s of a particular Public Folder Tree to a Public Folder Tree residing on another server. Hope this makes my query clear,

Thanks,

Kiran
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kiran_kumar01 earned 0 total points
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Replicated the PF to another another PF store and removed the duplicate

Thanks for your help.
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