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Exchange 2003 to 2010 Public folder migration
I have sucessfully migrated mailboxes from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 Sp1 with no problems. I am having problems moving the public folders (which are all calanders)
I have done the
ps1 -server "Exchange2" -TopPublicFolder "\" -ServerToAdd "Exchange2"
hy -Server "Exchange2"
and on the 2003 box is ESM done the 'move all replicas'
but nothing happened, i have been trying for a week, the size of the public stores is less than 20mb. and on the 2010 box if i type
Item Count 0, last access time 2am the previous day.
I have disabled all the anti spam software (sophos puremessage) but no luck... Please help if anyone can...
8/22/2022 - Mon
What authentication is enabled on the SMTP Virtual Server on the Exchange 2003 server? You will need Basic and Integrated Windows Authentication as a minimum.
Both basic, and integrated windows authentication are turned on...
Anyone got any other ideas? My customer is having a 'meltdown' !
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Have you moved all replicas from the 2003 server to the 2010 server? Looks like you have added a replica, but not moved them.
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No other response fixed the issue.
Sorry about the lack of response - I returned from holiday to then have my business partner go off for two weeks and it has been a full week for me so far and I haven't really switched on my laptop at all today, let alone had time to breathe.
Due to the Riots in London, I have been kept extra busy with customers who have been concerned about losing their computers and making sure their backups are current / working / off-site and those that didn't have backups going off-site, have now got them off-site. Also, we had a customer whose computer systems were looted, so I have had to get them back up and running again. All in all, an interesting week.
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