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Unable to migrate PF from Exchange 2003 to 2010

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We have all the Mailboxes migrated from Exchange 2003 to 2010 same Forest .... but PF migration isnt working for some reason
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 400 total points
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For PF replication to work your Mailflow should work as well.
Is the PF emails piling in the Queues or do you get some error ?
Hope you used the MoveAllPFReplica script

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No emails in Queues there was a smarthost removed and restarted the services waiting on it ..... Strange that the client Admin had created additional SMTP virtual servers
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So is the PF now replicating or still not if not ensure Normal email is working

Run EXBPA and check every settings is fine

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Seems like smarthost was causing the issue, how did i miss that
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