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exchange server 2003 to exchange 2010 public folder migration

We are doing migration of exchange server 2003 to exchange server 2010.

WE have migrated all the mailboxes to exchange server 2010. now Public folder migration is running.

we have around 17GB of  public folder database.

we found that some public folders are moved to the exchange server 2010. we have verified this as by unmounting the public folder database store in exchange server 2003 and then verify with outlook clients.

some of public folder are there and working good. But mail enable public folder is not working and if we send emails to them mails are not received in that public folder. At this time mail flow is also working good internally and externally for all the mailbox users.

If we again mount the public folder database in exchange server 2003 then mail enable public folders are working and even mails are received in public folders respectively.

currently mail flow is working good with exchange sever 2010 as we have point mx records to the exchange server 2010.

Is this as simple as leaving the current public folders in place and disabling the Mail Enable Feature for the specified folder and turning it back on?

kindly suggest......
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Patrick BogersDatacenter platform engineer LindowsCommented:
Seen this happening after migration to 2010, there is this article that has saved more on a few occasions, have a read here.
rigelnetAuthor Commented:
thank you
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