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I just moved all replicas to my Exch 2010 svr. How can I tell if my clients are access the folders on the 2010 srv or the 2003 server?  Also my 2013 outlook users cannot access the public folders at all.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Check the properties of the mailbox database to ensure it is pointing to the Exchange 2010 public folder database.
Then look in Connection Status (right click on the Outlook icon and choose Connection Status WHILE holding down CTRL).

That should show you what Outlook is connecting to.

Simon.
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On the exchange 2010 srv it is still pointing to the exc 2003 server in the mailbox database.
DO I just change it here?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 1500 total points
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Yes, you need to change the public folder database setting. Once done, restart the information store service.

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