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Migrating Exchange 2003 Public Folder data to Exchange 2010

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One of our branch offices exists as a separate Exchange org/ AD forest. Exchange wise, they are running Exchange 2003 and we are looking to move to them to Exchange 2010 as part of the company-wide strategy.

The issue is that they heavily utilise Public Folders and we need to migrate that data to Exchange 2010 with the least amount of downtime.  They have a seperate PF server named Branch-ExchPF1, and we've built a corresponding Exchange 2010 PF server for them named Branch-ExchPF2.

Does anyone have any experience/ recommendations for carrying this out safely/with the least amount of downtime?
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 250 total points
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Look for least downtime you can move that using some 3rd party tool or PFInterOgr or can use Outlook

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As Rancy said above, 3rd party tool like Quest can be really helpful.
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