Exchage 2007 Moving Public folders

Posted on 2011-04-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

I have two exchange 2007 co-existing and I'm removing one of them.  When I run the
MoveAllReplicas.ps1 -Server Server01 -NewServer Server02 command it "SEEMS" to run but then when I try to verify using get-publicfolderstatistics I don't see any of the folders.

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Question by:jacobb_2000
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    Expert Comment

    Shutdown the Exchange Server you want to remove and check if you are able to access all the Public Folders correctly.
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    First of all you need to make sure that the mail flow between the two servers is runnig fine vice-versa. This the pre-requisite to replicate or move the Public Folders.
    Whats the size of the PF database? PF replication doesnt happens instantly.
    You can also set the schedule of the PF replication and priority to be urgent.

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    I was able to resolve the issue with MS Techsupport aftr 5 hours on the phone.  Some exchange structure was missing in AD and they had to manually recreate it.  Once it was created Replication finished.

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    Was able to resolve using MS Techsupport

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