Migration to Modern Public Folders – Notes from the Field


This blog post goes through the documented TechNet process for migrating legacy public folders to Exchange 2013/2016, expanded with real world guidance gained from field support.


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Part 0: Verify public folder replication

Part 1: Download the migration scripts

Part 2: Prepare the Exchange 2010 server and public folders for the migration

Part 3: Generate the CSV files

Part 4: Create the public folder mailboxes in Exchange 2016

Part 5: Start the public folder migration

Part 6: Complete the public folder migration (downtime required)

Part 7: Finalize the public folder migration (downtime required)

Part 8: Test and unlock the public folders


Get full details and notes on the Exchange Team Blog.

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