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migrating from 2003 to 2007 exchange and I'm trying to migrate a substantial amount of public folder data.  I was reading a little on the inter-org tool and was hoping someone that is more knowledgeable might know.
basically, I know i can easily replicate the data but can it replicate permissions at all?  Like if they are hidden on the source domain, will they remain hidden on the target domain?

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