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Problem getting Public Folder Statistics

After a migration from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 a problem occurred with the public folders.
It is impossible to get Public Folder Statistics via the Powershell of several Public Folders.
The commands used:
get-publicfolder <Path> | get-publicfolderstatistics
get-publicfolderstatistics <Path>
The Error Message is:
Der Öffentliche Ordner "\<Path>\<Name>" wurde auf Server "Servername" nicht gefunden.
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (\<Path>\<Name>:PublicFolderIdParameter) [Get-PublicFolderStatistics], InvalidOperationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : 7823D023,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.MapiTasks.GetPublicFolderStatistics
It is a german Exchange 2010 Server installation. The text means the Public Folder is not found on the Server.
What is the cause of this problem, as it is possible to get the statistics from other Public Folders using the above mentioned commands?
It is possible to get the Public Folder Item Statistics of all folders.
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0441
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Narayan_singhCommented:
Make sure the folder path is correct..
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AshwinRaj111Commented:
Try this command
Get-PublicFolderStatistics -identity \FolderName -ResultSize Unlimited.

If this works then you can try the command.
Get-Publicfolder | Get-PublicFolderStatistics -ResultSize Unlimited.
(this is thinking that you have only one Public Folder Database)
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0441Author Commented:
It is a "problem" in the get-publicfolderstatistics command. Allways use "-resultsize unlimited" parameter.
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FidomanCommented:
It seems that GUI PF management snap-in suffers from the same trouble.
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0441Author Commented:
Yes it does.
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