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Using powershell scripts to replicate public folders

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Our organization are currently migrating one of four exchange 2003 servers to 2010. I would like to use the "AddReplicaToPFRecursive.ps1" script to achieve the following:

1: Create a report of all the public folders that will be replicated in step 2. This will allow us to verify the correct folders have been selected.

2: Implement AddReplicaToPFRecursive.ps1 script, using parameters that replicate only folders that exist on the old server to the new server.

We have a large public folder tree, with replicas on servers in different sites. So it is vital we only replicate the folders that exist on the uk server.

Could someone recommend the best method of doing this in powershell?

Many Thanks!
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