Public Folders users in two domains

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I have a set of public folders in an Exchange 2003 / Exchange 5.5 environment. All of my user's mailboxes are on the Exchange 2003 server and all of the public folders are on the Exchange 2003 server. Exchange 20003 is in new_domain. The Exchange 5.5 server is in old_domain. 1/2 of my users login to old_domain 1/2 of my users log in to new_domain All of the users can access their mailboxes successfully. The user in the new domain can see the folders fine. The users in the old domain cannot see folders for which they have permissions. What am I missing? Debbie

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I haven’t really done any mixed mode exchange administration only migration, but my first guess would be to check replication of public folder tree

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  • Pedwards17
    I'm a little unclear on your setup. You said it's a mixed environment, but that all users' mailboxes on Ex2K3 and the PFs are on Ex2K3. Where are the mailboxes and where are the Public Folders?
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  • TedRizzi
    As long as both exchange servers are in the same exchange organization, you can set up replication, to replicate the PF to the other exchange server.
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