Now that all my mailboxes are on the 2010 server, can I remove the schedule+free/busy public folder? I am having scheduling synchronization issues, and I believe it may be at fault. All clients are using Outlook 2010 or 2007. Can I just get rid of the schedule+free/busy public folder entirely?

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