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Exchange 2010 public folder migration to online.

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Hello,

We have a hybrid Exchange environment of Exchange 2010 and O365.

99% of our user's mailboxes are online.  The public folder is still living in the on-prem environment.

Can someone suggests a good article that gives instructions of how to migrate on-prem Exchange 2010 public folders to online?  Our on-prem public folder's hierarchy contains a lot of folders and deep level sub folders.  Is there a limitation in O365 or any cautious steps we should pay attention to?

Please advise.  Thanks in advance ; )
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