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troubleshooting Question

Cannot replicate Public Folders from Exchange 2003 to 2007

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SchikitarFlag for Australia asked on
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Hi all,

Okay, I 've searched through other posts, I've tried numerous tricks etc., but I simply cannot get Public Folders to replicate from an Exchange 2003 server (LTNEXCH) that I'm transitioning to an Exchange 2007 server (LTNEXCH-VM).

All the mailboxes have been moved, email appears to be flowing in all directions and I'm preeping to demote the 2003 server but I can't until the Public Folders move.

Currently, under ESM on the 2003 box, I have the new server added to the REPLICATION tab on all our PFs.  They are also set to 'Always Run' and 'Normal'.  On each one of these, when I click the DETAILS button, or view the replication status, all I can see is the current server as "In Sync" and the new server as "Local Modified".  none of the PFs are showing up on the new server.

Some notes:
- I don't have a smarthost configured anywhere.
- When I try to "Synchronise Content" from 2k3 ESM, I get "The Microsoft Exchange Information Store could not find the specified object.  ID no: c1041722"

I'm having a few other random issues, but one step at a time!
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