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Migration Public Folder between Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2010
I have an Exchange 2010 that is broken. I created new exchange 2010, I migrated mailbox. Now I need to migrate Public Folder. I searched articles but I did not find nothing.
Which is the process to migrate Public Folder? What are the best steps?
Thanks a lot
8/22/2022 - Mon
You need to first replicate public folder from old exchange 2010 to new exchange 2010.
Then move public folders to new exchange 2010.
Also refer this article:
If your public DB is not mounted then you will have to recover he server which has public DB mounted once mounted you can replicate to other servers
Thanks very much for your replies.
I followd your articles. The problem when I tried to movereplica...it gives an error.
So I used: .\AddReplicaToPFRecursive.
ps1 -TopPublicFolder "\Folder" -ServerToAdd "New"
I go to Console and I do not see replication.
It is normal? Do I need to change something
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