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Public Folder access during coexistence - Exchange 2003 to 2010

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When we install the Mailbox servers for Exchange 2010 and begin to move mailboxes over, will they have access to Public Folder still on Exchange 2003?  I know that you can replicate the folders to 2010, but is that a one time option or do they continue to replicate across even if updated between the 2 versions?
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When you install Exchange 2010 into an Exchange 2003 Org it automatically creates 2 one way routing group connectors that allow mail to flow between the 2 versions, these RGC also allow users on E2k10 to access E2k3 PFs.

So you can setup the PFs to replicate to E2k10 all the time and then when you are ready to decomm E2k3 you can move all the replicas to E2k10
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