Exchange public folder migration

I have completed the mailbox migration and all SCP connection to 2013. Now the last phase of migration is public folder. As per Exchange article for public folder migration it suggests roll up 15 for public folder migration from 2007
My 2007 exchange is currently has Sp3 rollup 13. Is it safe to to roll upgrade in exchange 2007 after the mailbox migration and SCP change?
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Amit KumarCommented:
Yes! you can do it, it will not make any issue at this point of time even.

More-or-less you only have public folders placed on Exchange 2007 all services are running via Exchange 2013.

Take DB backups precautionary.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
I have actually just tested this in my lab installing RU15 for Exchange 2007 with Exchange 2013 CU7 and it worked without any issues. However, make sure depending on the RU you are installing that it does not require a schema update as this could fail and or create issues if you already have Exchange 2013 installed in your environment.

For RU15 specifically it does work.

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Why are you deleting this question? Appropriate posts should be selected as the answer to the question.

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getting hammered with themadic moderator about question not being closed. Instead of sending instruction about closing it keeps blocking question. I may have to leave expert forum and disable my payment from this forum
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
I have taken time to test this in my lab and it works accordingly.

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pchettriIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
this issue has been resolved. But attempt to delete gives me warning that I cannot delete and attempt leave it open gives another warning as abandon and there is button for proper closure.
I guess I have randomly accept the answers, even some of fixes I found from MS partners
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