rehoming

In a Windows environment, rehoming is the process of moving public folders from one Exchange server to another.

In a Windows environment, rehoming is the process of moving public folders from one Exchange server to another. It involves the creation of a replica of the public folders on the target destination server, waiting for replication to complete, and then removing the public folders from the original source server.

This was first published in September 2005

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