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Multiple MAPI Folder trees were found

Posted on 2010-11-16
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I have started an Exchange 2007 to 2010 migration and just completed the install of 2010 on a W2k8 R2 Server.  When I go into the Toolbox in EMC and select Public Folder Management console, I connect to the E2k7 server and when I select Default Public Folders it responds back with Multiple MAPI folder trees were found.

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I only have one instance of the Exchange Folders in ADSI Edit.
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And it appears that the public folder listed is the one on EX 2010.
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How did you remove this warning messages
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