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For more information on replicating public folder content between Exchange servers, see the following Microsoft Knowledge Base articles:
- How to reset system folders in Exchange Server 2003
- XADM: How to reset system folders on an Exchange 2000 Server
- Resolve problems that are caused by duplicate free/busy folders and Offline Address Book folders on an Exchange Server 5.5 site
- Reassigning site roles after removing the first server in an Exchange site
Yes, the PFMIGRATE tool can move Exchange public folders between servers. Brien Posey discusses this option in his tip, "Migrating public folders to Exchange 2003."
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