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    Exchange 2007 PF Replications

    Hello im getting the following error on exchage 2007, very new to this i have inherited this network, i belive there was a 2003 box.
    Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine SERVERNAME. The error number is 0x80004005.
    SOURCE:MSExchangeFBPublish
    Event id: 8207

    Users who use Outlook 2003 cannot publish their free/busy data in Exchange Server 2010 or in Exchange Server 2007
    I was following the above link but unsure what to do to resolve it when i get to step two as im unsure where the folders shoudl replicate to.

    [PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-PublicFolder "\non_ipm_subtree\schedule+ free busy"
    -recurse | fl name,*rep*

    Name : SCHEDULE+ FREE BUSY
    LocalReplicaAgeLimit :
    Replicas : {}
    ReplicationSchedule : {}
    UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True

    Name : EX:/o=CONTOSO/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF******T)
    LocalReplicaAgeLimit :
    Replicas : {SERVERNAME\Second Storage Group\Public Folder Database}
    ReplicationSchedule : {}
    UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True

    Name : EX:/o=CONTOSO/ou=First Administrative Group
    LocalReplicaAgeLimit :
    Replicas : {}
    ReplicationSchedule : {}
    UseDatabaseReplicationSchedule : True

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    1. Do you have OLK 2003 clients?
    2. Only Exch 2007 in your Org?
    3. Any Exch 2003?

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    1. As far as i know we are 2007 and above
    2. Yes
    3. No - was migrated from this before i started.

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    1. The you don't need this. - Understanding the Availability Service: Exchange 2007 Help
    2. Do you use PF for anything else like content/calendars etc..

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    Any update?

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    1. Ill have a read when i get a minute, are PF only used on versions prior to 2007.
    2. Not that im aware of but this was set up before me and no documentation left. Any way i can check, i think there is an offline address book and people do use calanders but i dont think they share them.

    Thanks so far for your help.

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    PF are used for content/calendars/oab/free busy/org forms/system folders. However, you need to know what is being used in your env. If I were to guess I would say the usual stuff. I would gather statistics.

    Get-PublicFolder –Identity '\Non_IPM_Subtree' –Recurse | Select Name, Identity | Format-Table –AutoSize

    Get-PublicFolder -Identity "\" -Recurse | Get-PublicFolderClientPermission | where{$_.Accessrights -eq "owner"}

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    Get-PublicFolder –Identity '\Non_IPM_Subtree' –Recurse | Select Name, Identity | Format-Table –AutoSize
    Output below, not sure how to understand

    Name
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    NON_IPM_SUBTREE
    EFORMS REGISTRY
    Events Root
    OFFLINE ADDRESS BOOK
    /o=School NAME /cn=addrlists/cn=oabs...
    OAB Version 2
    OAB Version 3a
    OAB Version 4
    EX:/o=School NAME /ou=Exchange Admin...
    EX:/o=School NAME /ou=First Administ...
    OWAScratchPad{6*****50-9**B-***F-B**9-A**********9}
    OWAScratchPad{C******B-1**1-***1-A**A-9**********0}
    SCHEDULE+ FREE BUSY
    EX:/o=School NAME /ou=Exchange Admin...
    EX:/o=School NAME /ou=First Administ...
    schema-root
    Default
    microsoft
    exchangeV1
    StoreEvents{6******50-9**B-***F-B**9-A**********9}
    globalevents
    internal
    StoreEvents{C******B-1**1-***1-A**A-9**********0}
    globalevents
    internal

    And the second command returned nothing.

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    Get-PublicFolder -Identity "\" -Recurse

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    Get-PublicFolder -Identity "\" -Recurse

    [PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-PublicFolder -Identity "\" -Recurse

    Name Parent Path
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    IPM_SUBTREE
    Internet Newsgroups \

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    Not sure what happened to my last reply. Check the OAB distribution method. Make sure it's Web-Based, then you can remove PF all together.
    How to Create an Offline Address Book: Exchange 2007 Help

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    Any advice on how to remove PF. Would this affect having shared calanders in the future? Thanks for all your help so far

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    Shared Calendars, I assume these are shared mailbox calendars and not Public Folder calendars as I didn't see them in the output above.

    If you want to use shared calendars with Public Folders then you still need a Public Folder datavase, if you want to share calendars using mailboxes then you don't. You need to decide that.

    How to Remove a Public Folder Database: Exchange 2007 Help
    Removing Public Folder Databases: Exchange 2007 Help

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    thank-you all this is new to me, much appreciated.

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    Once you have made your decision, then let me know. Either proceed to remove the PF, but make sure OAB is set to Web-Based distriubution or keep the PF DB if you have a need as mentioned above and clean up PF system folders.



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