Migration from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 SP1.
On Exchange 2003, 5000+ of my 12000+ Public folders are Mail Enabled.
They appear in AD with e-mail addresses, they CAN (tested) receive
mail...even from Exchange 2010 mailboxes.
On Exchange 2010 (EMC and shell) about 4000 of the 5000 appear as
I am guessing, but I THINK that it was caused because they had invalid
names (alias with blanks, leading and/or trailing blanks, etc.) which
have NOW been corrected.
If I try to Mail Enable the folder using the Public Folder Management
Console or the shell "Enable-MailPublicFolder" command, it creates a
second AD entry with a new e-mail address, CN, the whole nine yards;
but the LegacyExchangeDN is identical which causes an ambiguous name
error (it will not receive mail).
1. Has anyone seen this?
2. Any ideas on how to connect Exchange 2010 to the already existing