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Removing Exchange 2003 after Migration to 2010

I migrated my mailboxes to the new exchange server 2010, updated the RUS to point to the new Exchange server 2010, upgraded the polices to 2010 as and where needed. Finally uninstalled the Exchange 2003 off the old server.

But I still noticed that the Exchange 2010 Orgainzational Health still  thinks that there is an exchange 2003 server in the organization. (see picture)

Do I have to update any thing on the exchange 2010 to remove the exchange 2003?  Exchange 2010 Org. Health
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TheGeezer2010Commented:
Did you have Public Folders ?
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TheGeezer2010Commented:
Do you have any Outlook 2003 SP2 clients - these will require Public Folders for inter-operability for OAB amongst other things.
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TheGeezer2010Commented:
Please check this article, there are steps which you do not mention which need to be performed in particular :-

1. Public Folder replication
2. Move the OAB generation server
3. If legacy clients (<Outlook 2007), make sure your system folders have been replicated and you are ditributing OAB via PF AND EWS
4. Removal of Legacy Exchange RGC
5. REMOVAL of RUS (RUS does not exist in E2K10 so you cannot point it at E2K10).

http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/exchange/upgrade-exchange-2003-to-exchange-2010---part-ii/
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Nutzo247Author Commented:
I think thats done it.
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TheGeezer2010Commented:
Glad to have assisted !!
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