Does Exchange 2010 log in the event logs, or other log when a Public Folder is created?

Does Exchange 2010 log in the event logs, or other log when a Public Folder is created?
Ron ShortsAsked:
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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
Hi Rob,

You want to check when a public folder was created?

You can see the changes if you run the following command

Get-PublicFolder -Recurse | Get-PublicFolderStatistics | Select Name,ItemCount,LastModificationTime

Regards
Valentina
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Ron ShortsAuthor Commented:
Hi Valentina,

Sort of... a little back story, migrating legacy public folders to Office 365, last couple times we did this, before a final sync, someone had created a mail-enabled PF which corrupted the entire batch job due to the object mistmatch.  We have 20,000+ public folders so anything I do is VERY LONG.  Just wondering if this threw an event log instead of enumerating through all 20k pfs which can take a while.

Thanks!
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Valentina PerezExchange ServersCommented:
Hi Rob,

I understand..ok let me check if there is a simplest way...

Regards
Valentina
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