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Public Folder Replication between two Exchange 2010 Mailbox Servers configured in a DAG

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I have two exchange 2010 mailbox servers configured in a DAG.  When I migrated from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010 only one public folder database on only one of my exchange 2010 servers was created.  Is it possible to create a public folder database on the second exchange 2010 mailbox server so public folder will be completely redundant as well.  
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New-PublicFolderDatabase "Public Folders" -Server SERVER02
Mount-Database "Public Folders"

Check here how to use EMC to setup public folder replication.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb629665.aspx

or you can use this

Set-PublicFolderDatabase -Identity “Public Folders” -ReplicationMessageSize “2MB” -ReplicationPeriod 7 -ReplicationSchedule “Always”
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that worked.  thanks
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