Public Folder migration fromexchange 2000 to exchange 2010

One of our client is planing to migrate from 2000 domain to 2008 domain.The domain name is same in the new infrastructure and the old infrastructure.Their is no trust between the old and new domain.All the groups and users would be same in both the domain.
I have created a PST file  of exchange 2000 and imported them to the new exchange 2010 server.
They have quite a few PB folders.Is their a easy way to copy the permissions from the old infrastructure to the new infrastructure (exchange 2010)
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Malli BoppeAsked:
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Malli BoppeConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I had to use pfadmin on exchange 2000 and exfolders in exchange 2010 to migrate the permissions
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gaurav05Commented:
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RadweldCommented:
I think your going to have to export all the public folders to a pst in outlook and then import them again on the 2010 organisation. I am unaware of the possibility to replicate public folders cross organisation between Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2010. In fact Exchange 2010 doesn't support Exchange 2000 in any way.
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Malli BoppeAuthor Commented:
Any tool to export and import the Public Folder permisisons.
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RadweldCommented:
There is a tool called ioprepl we used to copy public folders between organisations but I've never tried it on exchange 2000.
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Malli BoppeAuthor Commented:
Answered my self
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