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Remove all public folders from Exchange 2010

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We have migrated successfully from 2010 to 2013 (single server to single server) and now want to remove the old 2010 server from the network.
The 2010 server has a public folder database however it was never really used and we don't need it moving to 2013.

Can someone point us in the direction for how to successfully remove the public folders from the 2010 server?
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Both answers pointed to the correct location
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