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Exchange 2010 Event 14029

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Installed Exchange 2010, migrated all my mailboxes and public folders over (except for the one PF that doesn't want to fully replicate, see here).  I'm seeing this error on my Exchange 2010 server, which didn't happen when I was migrating everything in my test lab:

Event ID: 14029
Source:  MSExchangeMailboxAssistants
Message:  Couldn't find an Exchange 2010 or later public folder server with a replica for the free/busy folder: EX:/o=XXXXX/ou=First Administrative Group.

Already read through this thread:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_26408658.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+14029+30+event+id+msexchangemailboxassist

The suggested solutions all point to there being no free/busy replica on the 2010 server.  However, I run this command:
Get-PublicFolder "\NON_IPM_SUBREE\SCHEDULE+ FREE BUSY\EX:/o=XXXXX/ou=First Administrative Group" | fl Name,Replicas

And I can see clearly that there is a replica on my 2010 server of the free/busy folder.  Also, the author of that thread fixed things up by converting address lists to 2010 (I've already done that), reset the OAB directory and enabled web-based distribution (I've already done that, which cleared up the OAB error that I was getting in Outlook just like he was), and fixed up the autodiscover, which I haven't done because I'm not sure what he's driving at and I'm not sure it has anything to do with the error I'm seeing (since autodiscover has to do with Outlook figuring out where the Exchange services are, right?).

Any thoughts?  This error is popping up every 15 minutes or so.  It appears that we can do free/busy searches on each others calendars, so I'm not convinced anything important is actually broken.
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if you have any mailboxes that use outlook 2003 or earlier they will use this public folder for free/busy info
if everyone uses outlook 2007 or later they use web services and this error is meaningless
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Everyone's on Outlook 2007, so that's probably why I'm not noticing any problems on the client.  So, do you know how to get these errors to stop?  I'm pretty good ignoring errors/warnings like this, but it's popping up every 15 minutes, making it harder to see when there's something I should really worry about.
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The error seems to have gone away on its own, after a reboot.
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