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migrate exchange 2003 to exchange 2010 public folders

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Hi Guys,

Migrated Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 last night (separate servers). Old server is a domain controller, server 2003 running exchange 2003.

New box is also domain controller, server 2008 R2, and exchange 2010.

I am trying to migrate the public folders over. Mailboxes had no issues.

On the server 2003 box I can see the public folders but get errors when I click on them:

The operation completed successfully.
facility: Win32
ID no: c0070000
Exchange System Manager

I've configured the replication for each, but nothing has replicated.

Also, If I right click and go to properties on a public folder, it says:

The mail proxy for this folder can not be found. This may be due to replication delays. The mail enabled pages will not be shown.

ID no: c1038a21
Exchange System Manger

It will then take me into the properties.



If I try to connect to the public folder store from EMC in Exchange 2010, it doesn't even list the exchange 2003 server as an available option.


Any ideas?
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First mistake is to install exchange on a domain controller. This is against good practice and should not be done.

Now to the question.

Is this Exchange 2010 SP1 or JUST Exchange 2010?

See this great post.
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2010/09/16/456302.aspx
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by:tamaneri
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I created a new mailbox on the old exchange 2003 server and I am exporting the public folders from Outlook.... I will re-import them on the new exchange box. Hopefully this works!
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It is an Exchange 2010 SP1 install. I understand that Exchange shouldn't be installed on a domain controller. Unfortunately smaller companies have budgets.

Thanks for the link! I will check into it.
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