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How do I recover Public Folders that didn't copy over from a Migration?

Posted on 2011-02-11
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I did a migration from 2003 SBS to SBS 2008 and the migration of the public folders was skipped on accident. How can we recover those folders? Even if I can't get the data out I still want to be able to get them set back up properly on my new server.

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You should be able to export them to .pst files.
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