Exchange 2010 Public Folders

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I quess I have two questions regarding moving of Public Folders from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010.

First question - When I run get-publicfolderstatistics -server topaz I get a listing with the name of the public folder, its item count and last access time.  My problem is trying to tie this item count into what was on the Exchange 2003 server.  I am attempting to verify all information has moved over.

Second question - On outlook (2007 or 2010) how can I verify where it is pulling the public folders from?  Both Exchange 2003 and 2010 are running and I will admit that public folders were not deleted off the Exchange 2003 system as I expected (permissions issue???).  I just need to confirm the information being shown within Outlook is coming from the Exchange 2010 server and not the Exchange 2003.

I appreciate any guidance you might be able to render. 

Thank You for your time.

Unclebo

 

 

 

ASKED: February 20, 2012  7:06 PM
UPDATED: February 27, 2012  8:07 PM

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