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Move Public folders from Ex2003 to Ex2007

I have a old sbs2003 with excahnge 2003 (server1) and a new sbs2008 with exchange 2007 (server2)
i have moved all the mailboxes and users and it just works like a charm, BUT

The public folders is not replicating to the new server2 and it is where we have all the contacts stored :(

Please HEEELLP What to do???
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databoks
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MenhadCommented:
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databoksAuthor Commented:
Can i someow reset alle the public folder setting for 2007... for some strange reason it does not even show publiv folders in outlook? :(
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nsonbatyCommented:
try this experts exchange answer

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_23086011.html

the accepted solution would help
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nsonbatyCommented:
if you can not access this solution, use this link from the accepted solution

 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb331970.aspx

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databoksAuthor Commented:
My problem is that it is not moving the folders :(
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databoksAuthor Commented:
is there any way to manually pull out the data and import it to the 2007 database?
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nsonbatyCommented:
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AshwinRaj111Commented:
Create a Test User Mailbox in SBS 2003.

Login to that Test User Mailbox from Outlook.
Export the Public Folder to a PST.

Now Login to a User Mailbox in Exchange 2007 Import the PST to the Public Folder.
This way you can get all the PF Content from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007.

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databoksAuthor Commented:
Suddently it all works.... i have absolutly no idea of what happend :(
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