I am experiencing issues with public folder replication in Exchange 2007. We are in the process of P2V'ing our infrastructure and upgrading our Exchange environment to 2007. We had an Exchange 2003 server running on a physical box and installed Exchange 2007 into our environment on a VMware ESX host. I moved pub folders using moveallreplicas.ps1 and after about 4 days when the public folder data had moved to our 2007 box we moved all user mailboxes. All was working well but the next day the SAN died. We restored the Exchange 2007 server to a physical box in the hope that we could P2V it when the SAN was fixed. The problem is we have do not have enough downtime available to P2V the box - it just takes too long. I have therefore installed a fresh Exchange 2007 server on an ESX host my aim being to move all data to the virtual Exchange 2007 server and retire the old 2007 server. I ran the moveallreplicas.ps1 script about 24 hours ago and running the following command shows all replicas are on the new 2007 server -- "Get-publicfolder \ -recurse |ft Name,Replicas". The problem is that we have about 200GB of public folder data and the new Pub folder database is currently only 60MB in size, it was also last updated more that 12 hours ago, even though people have been making changes to the folders all morning, we have about 250 users. I'm confused - why has it not been modified even though users are making changes? I'm also worried - I only have a few days to get this done and at this rate it will take weeks, I need the physical box back that Exchange is running on for another very urgent project. Is there any way that I can speed the data transfer up?