JPG What happens if a client tries to update their calendar information? You if you just renamed the public folder database and created a new one, you haven't done anything that cannot be fixed. Event 3043 Error 0xfffff9bb occurred while performing a site folder check for Public Folder Store "Second Storage Group\Public Folder Database".
(It was done by another company so I'm not sure how they went about doing it)I have run the following command in the Exchange 2007 Shell:get-publicfolder -Identity "\NON_IPM_SUBTREE\SCHEDULE FREE BUSY" -Recurse | fl name, Replicas The result: Name : SCHEDULE FREE BUSYReplicas : Name : EX:/o= refers to the name of the server where the information store was migrated from, it no longer exists on the network.
I'm getting the following error in the application log a couple of times a day. Thanks Assuming that system folders were migrated properly, and the schhedule freebusy folder exists, I'd say it's a permissions issue. scid=kb;en-us;830501 I think I'm halfway getting there now.
The 2007 server hosting my exchange system folders has been lost.
Ive managed to build another 2007 server and created a new PF store with new Exchange System Folders, but I now have problems with freebusy data not being available within the exchange 2007 org.
I run the schedule free busy issue and I see Replicas : in the list.
SERVER1 is the old server, how do I change this value?
Event 8207 is logged after you remount the public information store
Earlier this week we had to dismount public folders on Exchange 2007 SP1 We then deleted the file. This gave us a clean empty public folders We then readd some project emails Since then the Free Busy information for our Outlook 2003 clients is unavailable I have tried everything i can find out the web but nothing seems to fix this The Error we get is below in the attached jpeg Im at witts end and need to get this fixed Thanks Error. For more information, see Help and Support Center at
To add the replicas you will need to get the list of the sub-folders of the SCHEDULE FREE BUSY folder.