problem converting recipient policies from Exch 2003 to Exch 2010

One of the steps to take in an Exchange 2003-> 2010 transition is the convertion of recipient policies.

So I executed just to show my legacy policies...

[PS] >Get-EmailAddressPolicy | where {$_.Recipientfiltertype -eq "Legacy"}

Name                                    Priority                                RecipientFilter
----                                    --------                                ---------------
Standaard instellingen                  1
Default Policy                          Lowest

I used the output from this cmd, to pipe it into set-emailadresspolicy

[PS] >Get-EmailAddressPolicy | where {$_.RecipientFilterType -eq "Legacy"} | Set-EmailAddressPolicy -IncludedRecipients AllRecipients
To save changes on object "Standaard instellingen", the object must be upgraded to the current Exchange version. After the upgrade, this object cannot be managed by an earlier version of the Exchange Management Tools. Do you want to continue to upgrade and save the object?
[Y] Yes  [A] Yes to All  [N] No  [L] No to All  [?] Help (default is "Y"):

But this produces an error.....
The recipient policy "Default Policy" with mailbox manager settings cannot be managed by the current version of Exchange Management Console. Please use a management console with the same version as the object.
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidOperation: (Default Policy:ADObjectId) [Set-EmailAddressPolicy], InvalidOperation
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : 71B5D1AB,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.SystemConfigurationTasks.SetEmailAddressPolicy

What am I doing wrong here??
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Glen KnightCommented:
Check the default policy in Exchange System Manager on the 2003 server, it's probably got a managed folder policy on it.  This needs to be removed.
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Need some guidance on this. I find this "defatclick/properties has ult policy" under Recipients/Recipient policiesµ

Right click/properties shows 4 tabs.
- General: Filter rules : [mailnickname=*]
- E-mail Adresses (Policy): has SMTP and X400 rules
- Mailbox Manager Settings (Policy):
         When processing a mailbox: Generate report only
         For each folder, process messages that exceed... : Deleted Items & System Cleanup are       checked
- Details: blank

I suppose I need to change/remove Mailbox Manager settings? But there is no option to remove this
Glen KnightCommented:
Just take the tick out of the mailbox manager settings check box.
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tdemeyerAuthor Commented:
hmm... Nothing to untick there?! (see attached screenprint) screenprint mailbox manager settings
Glen KnightCommented:
so, right click the policy and select change property pages?

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That's why we needs specialists :)
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