Cannot edit public folder items that were migrated from Exchange 2003 to 2007

I recently migrated an SBS 2003 server to SBS 2007.  The public folder items that were migrated from the 2003 server cannot be edited.  Users can create *new* items.  I ran a Exchange 2007 command to grant a test user administrative permissions; however, thet test user still cannot edit previously created public folder items.
mtallonAsked:
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deibelCommented:
maybe the permissions take their time.
we had a similar problem with permissions.
it took 1 night to get them working.

or try a restart....

what command did you run?
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mtallonAuthor Commented:
I ran the Add-PublicFolderAdministrativePermission command on the test user.  I did it a few weeks ago.  I cannot recall if I have restarted since then.  I will restart the server and see if that helps.

What command did you run to set the permissions?
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mtallonAuthor Commented:
I restarted the server and it did not resolve the problem.  Domain users still cannot edit Public Folder calendar and contact items that were created on the old server.
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Syed Mutahir AliTechnology ConsultantCommented:
Can you not just export all public folders to a PST File or to several PSTs according to different departmental Public Folders

Then delete the public folders you have

Create a new database for Public  Folders and then import them in ?

This way you should be able to apply / assign permissions / roles to your users

Also Administrative Permissions are different, have a look at the following article :

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb310789%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx

PF permissions can be assigned via MS Outlook 2007 as well, as long as the mailbox owner have appropriate rights
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mtallonAuthor Commented:
I will test the export to public folder MUTAHIR suggested and update the status.  Thank you.
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