Sign in to vote. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. You are welcome to come and post questions and comments about your experience with this software. This can’t be done through Exchange System Manager. Saturday, December 10, 2:

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Saturday, December 10, 6: Hi Debi, You don’t have an old Administrative group from Exchange ?

Indonesia Bahasa – Bahasa. To work around the issue, delete the empty Servers container. In an environment where Microsoft Exchange Server or Microsoft Exchange Server previously storw, and all those servers have been removed, there is a chance that an Administraive Group First Administrative Group or another custom Administrative Group remains with a Servers container, but no servers inside it. Thanks for all your help, Debi. Msexcange i know your Exchange server details? Did this solve your problem?

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Monday, December 12, 9: South Africa – English. United States – English. Modify these attributes at your own risk. The store driver couldn’t deliver the public folder replication message “Hierarchy Backfill Response PublicFolderDatabase2 domainname.

Exchange 2007 Public Folders Won’t Replicate to Exchange 2010

I removed the last Exchange server today and now am getting the following errors. New Zealand – English. You will see the empty Administrative Group.

Saturday, December 10, msexcbange The Active Directory user wasn’t found. When trying to replicate the public folder content to Microsoft Exchange Serverit will not replicate. Can you post the exact error here? This forum provides a place for you to discuss the Exchange Monday, December 12, 5: Saturday, December 10, 7: Obviously it is looking for my old server but it is gone gone.

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I have seen alot of aritcles on this error and have tried come of the things that have been put forward but I have been unsuccessful in getting this error to go away. Can you tell me what you are going on that indicates that this is the issue causing my error? Saturday, December 10, 8: Proposed as answer by RioGilang Monday, January 21, 1: Edited by Debi Scott Saturday, December 10, 7: Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems that occur if you incorrectly modify Active Directory object attributes can be solved.

Remove From My Forums. Tell us what we can do to improve the article Submit. It was just something I remembered on top of my head and when checking two enviroments where homeMTA is set and yours is not, I thougt it was a good idea to add it. United Kingdom – English.