I need to migrate a public folder calendar from a Windows 2003 small business edition domain to Windows 2008rd Exchange 2007 environment

We recently got through the migration of a smaller domain from and acquire company, of which many of you helped out, and the last piece is to get a shared calendar that is in their public folders, over to the new domain onto our Exchange 2007 server. I am exporting the data out to a PST file but am not sure how to get it to our Exchange server so the same users can share it. How can I create a shared calendar in and have it appear in public folders? I think the importation should be straight forward once the calendar is created. If I am going about this wrong or there is a better way, please let me know...thanks
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You can accomplish this using PFDAVAdmin.

I would recommend using a resource mailbox insted in the new location as the management is easier.


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