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Do I need to replicate system public folders in an exchange 2003 to 2010 transition ?

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Do I need to replicate system public folders in an exchange 2003 to 2010 transition ?

Things like :

Schedule+ Free Busy
Offline Address Book
Events Root
EFORMS REGISTRY
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yes if you are using outlook 2003 or older clients and need to use free/busy
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by:akhalighi
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we have some outlook 2003 clients . so Fee+Buys is the ONLY one that I need to replicate ?
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I usually do them all.
They are pretty small
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If you use any outlook forms too you will want them
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by:akhalighi
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not sure if this was required the issue m, I replicated all of them though.
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thank you for the points
I would rather have the extra folders then to find out we are missing some.
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