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Exchange 2010 phantom Public Folder

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I had some techs in fixing some problems in Exchange 2010.  For some reason, the Public Folder did not get ported from the old server.  I get messages in event viewer that it can't load the Public Folder.

I have checked all the backups and it is Gone!!!

Where can I configure Exchange to forget about this folder?  And how to I make a new one?

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You can remote the database from the system using the Remove-PublicFolderDatabase cmdlet
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I am going to open a new question, I found the database.
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