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Exchange 2010 Best Practice Analyzer Reports Recipient Update Service not configured

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Windows 2008 R2 64 Bit
Windows 2003 R2 Domain controller
Exchange 2010 Enterprise Edition 64 bit

Recently upgraded from exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010

Email is flowing both directions no issues

Exchange 2007 has been removed from the network.

Ran Best Practice Analyzer

Have three items which all my research points to 2007 help. Cannot find anything for 2010

This is first one.

Recipient Update Service not configured
Recipient Update Service not found or there is no server designated for the service. To have recipients and address lists updated properly, assign an Exchange server with RUS.

I clicked on how to fix this but it was a exchange 2007 document

The other two are
The Offline Address Book Site Public Folder Store was Deleted

Site Folder server deleted

Could these be because I had exchange 2007 before at one time both servers were online.
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Recipient Update Service is from Exchange 2003. Did you ever have an Exchange 2003 server in your environment? It probably was not decommissioned properly.

If this is the case, at this point you will need to remove the entry using ADSIedit. Use the link below and follow the steps.
Remove RUS using ADSIEdit

Will.
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Will

Great that did it.

Any thoughts on the other two?

Every time I click on the link it always talks about exchange 2003 / 2007
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Will

That did it thanks
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