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  • Events Root and EForms Registry in Exchange 2003

    Are "Events Root" and "EForms Registry" required in Exchange 2003?

    I do not have any Exchange 5.5 environments any where on my domain. Can I delete these entries in ESM (Exchange 2003)?

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    Re: Events Root and EForms Registry in Exchange 2003

    Those are system folders.
    Do not delete them.

    Any particular reason why you want to delete them?

    Simon.
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      Re: Events Root and EForms Registry in Exchange 2003

      Thanks for responding.

      My only interest in deleting them is a general clean up from my Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003 migration. We once had an Exchange 5.5 server here and I wondered if these folders were just left overs from that old environment

      It was my understanding that these two folders were related to Exchange 5.5. That is why I ask the question. I know from Microsoft that the Organizational Forms folder in EFORMS REGISTRY is not required if it does not all ready exist. See (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307917).

      Thanks for the help.

      BS

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        Re: Events Root and EForms Registry in Exchange 2003

        Those folders exist on clean installations of Exchange 2000/2003, so there must be a use for them somewhere.

        Simon.
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