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I've found several guides and tutorials on public folder replication from 2003 to 2010, but am still a little bit confused.

What we have, is a 2003 exchange server obviously holding all of our public folders, and two 2010 exchange servers in a DAG, that we want to move the public folders to.

On each of the exchange 2010 servers, we have run AddReplicaToPFRecursive.ps1 script and then update-publicfolderhierarchy script.

I can see that the data base has grown in size, although it is now double the size of the database on 2003. If I run get-publicfolderstatistics then it lists all of the public folders, and I can see they have items in them, and they have appropriate sizes.

However. If I open the public folder management console on a 2010 server, then I can see the folder hierarchy, but non of the folders actually show any items in them.

Is there something else I have to do before moving all replicas to 2010?

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However. If I open the public folder management console on a 2010 server, then I can see the folder hierarchy, but non of the folders actually show any items in them.

PFMC is not supposed to list out the contents of the Public Folder. It just displays the top level hierarchy. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691188.aspx

You can use any of the following commands to list out the replicas.

Get-PublicFolder -recurse \non_ipm_subtree |fl name, replicas
Get-PublicFolderStatistics | fl
Get-PublicFolderStatistics –Server ExchangeServerName
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