I am transitioning an Exchange 2003 server to an Exchange 2010 server. As soon as I got the Exchange 2010 server up and going, I changed the paths of the DBs and the PublicFolder DB. I then also renamed the Default Public Folder from PublicFolderDatabase0224351747 to PFdb. Everything was going great, and everything sees the new name I assigned to the DB. So, I got to the stage where you right click the Public Folder Store on the Exchange 2003 box and select Move All Replicas. It showed the PFdd and I selected. However, the replication never worked. When I drilled down, I noticed the messages in the queue for the server-to-server connector. I drilled down to the message and noticed it is addressed to PublicFolderDatabase0224351747@blablabla.com instead of PFdb@blablabla.com. I have checked everywhere and I cannot seem to figure out why it is still referencing the old PF database name. Any ideas?
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