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Exchangev1 public folder - should it replicate it's self?

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Exchangev1 public folder - should it replicate it's self? - 23.Dec.2004 11:01:00 AM   
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I'm moving from Ex 2000 to Ex 2003 on new hardware. I've been using this guide as one of my guides:

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Migrating-Exchange2000-Exchange-2003-Hardware.html

At present I'm re-homing public folders, OAB etc so I'm also refering to KB 307917. One thing the MSExchange.org says is this:

quote:
You should find that the Public folders called default and ExchangeV1 are already replicated to the new server.
Now on my servers, they haven't self replicated. Do I need to force this manually or leave alone? I can't find much else on the web which references this folder (and sub-folders).

TIA,

Chris.
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