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Where did these PF's come from, and should I replicate them?

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Where did these PF's come from, and should I replicate ... - 18.Aug.2004 7:26:00 PM   
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I have an E2K server, and I added my first E2K3 server to the organization. I replicated all the public folders created by the users (about 8 of them), no problem.

I read the MSKB article 307917-"How to remove first Exchange 2000 Server from the Site" which explains how to replicated the Offline Address book and Schedule+ Fre/Busy folders. It makes no mention of other PF's that should be replicated and moved.

My concern is that there are 9 more public folders on the E2K server that I did not create, and I don't know if I should replicate them to the new 2003 server. They are called:

controls
EventConfig_<name of 2000 server>
Events Root
exchweb
img
microsoft
OAB V2
Offline Address Book - First Administrative Group
Schema-root

If these aren't needed on the E2K3 server, I don't want to replicate them there. But some of them sound pretty important.

Anyone know what I should do with these?
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