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Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 Migration - Public Folder Migration

I'm in the process of closing out our Exchange 2003 Server.  All Mailboxes have been moved and I've used the scripts and commands to move the Exchange 2003 Public Folder to my Exchange 2010 system.  I have no errors in the Event Logs on either server, but the Public Folder will not complete its move.

Specifically, under the following Tree on Exchange 2003, I have:
     Server > Server name > First Storage Group > Public Folder Store > Public Folder Instances

Under there, there's a folder called exchangeV1 that never appears to move.  It's 361 KB in size, and it's been over 1.5 weeks since my first attempt to Move the Public Folders.

What do I need to do to check the move progress, and what can I do to push this move along?  I've already upgraded the Replication Message Priority to URGENT.

Exchange 2003 Enterprise Server:  Build 7638.2: Service Pack 2
Exchange 2010 Enterprise Server:  v14.3 Build 123.4
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
That is a system folder, so not completely critical.
Check the properties of the public folder, under replicas. If it doesn't already, add the old server back in again. Then see if you can delete the folder within Exchange 2003 ESM. It may not let you.

Otherwise do the move all replicas again and wait a little while again (public folder replication is very conservative). If it still refuses to move, but the replica is showing only the new server, then the public folder database will have to be dropped via adsiedit. However do ensure that you have moved the tree and done everything else that is required before you do that.

Simon.
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atlasdevAuthor Commented:
Ended up using ADSIEdit to remove the Public Folder
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