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Cross-forest migration of Public folders

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Going from 2003-2007, was wondering what the process/tool is to achieve public folder migration while maintaining permissions?  I know the inter-org tool will migrate data but not the permissions. Didn't know if someone had success a different way.
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check this
http://blog.sembee.co.uk/post/Cross-Forest-Public-Folder-Migration.aspx

Else you can look for Quest tools. Paid one, but works well and you get support from vendor. I will recommend only, if PF is very huge.
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that doesn't allow for keeping the permissions.  He does it side by side and reapplies the permissions after migrating
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