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Exchange 2010: share folders during migration frome 2003 to 2010

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Hi there
I am migrating one server from exchange 2003 to exchange 2010.
Some users on exchange 2003 share folders on there mailbox. If I migrate one of these mailbox exchange 2010; do you know if others users have access to the share folder ?
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As long as you are migrating in the same Exchange org, then folder permissions etc continue to work because they are a domian/mailbox thing, not server specific.

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