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Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 Public Folders

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I have a exchange 2003 and we just installed an exchange 2010. all mailbox and everything else except public folders are now on the new exchange 2010 server. I have moved replicas of the public folders but still all clients are point to the exchange 2003 server for public folders. At this time we dont use public folders so how can i the outlook client to look at the 2010 for public folders and then remove the old exchange server.

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You need to remove the public folder database from the exchange 2003 server

 On the Exchange 2010 server you need to set the default public folder database for the mailbox database that contains your mailboxes.
Change the Default Public Folder Database for a Mailbox Database
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124527.aspx
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also make sure to decomission your exchange 2003 servers once have migrated all of your public folders over and your mailboxes.
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When i try and delete the public fodlers i get an error saying, You cannot delete the public folder store beacause it contains folder replicas.
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you need to remove the public folder replicas from the server before you can delete the public folder database.

check out this article:

How to Dismount and Delete the Mailbox and Public Folder Stores
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996441(EXCHG.65).aspx
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Ok i did the move replicas but it still shows that there are instances still in the public fodlers. I did this 2 days ago and still showing instnaces.
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I would reboot your exchange 2003 server.  

also check out this article if that does not fix the problem

Public Folder Replication Troubleshooting - Part 4: Exchange Server
2007 tips
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2008/01/10/447843.aspx

check back with me,
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