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In our organisation we got one Exchange 2003 and one Exchange 2010 Server.  We are using Public Folders with public e-mail adresses.

We would like to turn off the old Exchange 2003 Server and only use the Exchange 2010 server as a single mailserver.

We turned off all the Exchange Services on Exchange 2003 and realised that none external E-Mails are coming in to the Public Folders.  When we start the Exchange 2003 services (Information Store, Routing etc) the E-Mails are coming in to the Public Folders.

How do we configure Exchange that the only server handling the public folders is the Exchange 2010 server?  We would like to get rid off Exchange 2003.

Thanks!
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This artcile describes the process to go through to migrate PF's:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc664194%28WS.10%29.aspx 
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