We just did what you are going thru, and it is VERY poorly documented.
PFadmin v1.1.2 has things taken out of it from PFadmin v1.1.1, that is why
the rehome command dones not work.... You have to use SETREPLICAS to move
the public folders. The way to get the PFadmin v1.1.2 is to download the
electronic BORK that has lots of stuff removed...
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> From: TWISK
> Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 1999 11:59 AM
> Subject: Ah yes, yet another PUBLIC FOLDER question
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> I have my new server on line and being used. I have moved all mailboxes
> to the new server. I have followed all steps for removing the first
> exchange server(Article Q15295). I have disconnected the old server and
> NO problem sending and receiving mail. I go to the public folders and the
> folders are there and if you look in a folder I see the contents as they
> should be. Yet when I go to double click on an item in a public folder,
> cannot access them. Now I have followed all the steps for rehoming the
> public folders(Article Q185010) WITH the exception of running PFADMIN to
> the rehoming since I do not have the Back Office Resource Kit Disk 2.
> my question, is this a necessary step, can I get the program without
> BORK 2, or should I do the .PST method outlined in Article Q178927.
> Any help is appreciated,
> Craig Twisk
> Network Admin/Exch. Admin
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