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Removal of Exchange 2007 public folders

We have recently transitioned to Exchange 2007 from 2003 on SBS, which all seems to be working ok apart from one or two teething problems.  We have just a couple of public folders, which are calendars that are used to book meeting rooms and such.  It seems like this aspect of the 'move' didn't work, as the resources can't be opened, Outlook mentions a network error.  I'm not really concerned about this, as they are very easy for me to recreate and I'd like to do it from scratch anyway.  How can I remove these 'half working' folders so I can recreate from scratch?
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JDominguezNYCommented:
You can delete Public Folders from the Exchange server by using System Manage.

Administrative Groups > *Domain* > Folders > Public Folders

Once you have the folder selected just press delete or right click and choose delete.
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-Juddy-Author Commented:
System Manager is the Exchange 2003 console, we now have version 2007 which doesn't have Administrative Groups (etc).  
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JDominguezNYCommented:
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-Juddy-Author Commented:
Can't believe I missed that!!
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