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MSExchangeFBPublish - Event ID 8275 - 7.Jan.2005 1:00:00 PM   

I put new Ex2k3 SP1 to existing Ex2k SP3 site, moved a few test accounts to new server without any problems and tried to replicate Public Folders to new server.
I did it, but now every day at 2:00 AM I have receiving this error in Application log.

"SchedulePlusFreeBusy folder could not be opened for duplicate message deletion on virtual machine MAILSERVER. The error number is 0x80040115."

Unfortunately I didn't find any information in MS KB and any solution on Internet..
Any ideas?

Sorry for my English,
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RE: MSExchangeFBPublish - Event ID 8275 - 25.Jan.2005 7:27:00 PM   


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I'm having the same problem, but my error code is 0xfffff9bf. My users receive popups in Outlook 2000 that say unable to open free/busy data.

The only things on MS I could find point to a file level virus scan on the M: drive, and the registry, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeFBPublish not containing data. Exch2k3 doesn't have an M: drive, so this obviously isn't it. My reg key has data in it, maybe it's missing somehting. What's supposed to be in there?

Anyone have other things to look for?

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RE: MSExchangeFBPublish - Event ID 8275 - 22.Feb.2005 7:19:00 AM   
i am also having a similar situation. i have a clustered exchange server in the child domain. hope to get a response from some one

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RE: MSExchangeFBPublish - Event ID 8275 - 22.Feb.2005 7:26:00 AM   
found this on google groups

as possible soln

1) Open Exchange System Admin.
2) Go to Folders/Public Folders.
3) Right click on it and select Connect To <server with the public
folders>. You will now see the public folders.
4) Right click again on Folders/Public Folders and select Properties.
5) Go to the Security tab.
6) Give Full Access rights to both Exchange Admins and Domain Admins.
Hit Ok.
7) Right click on Folders/Public Folders and select Connect To <server
without public folders>. Suddenly, there are your public folders which
apparently had replicated just fine.

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