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    hello everyone at petri,

    this is my first post. well at least my first question


    i recently made a migration from 2003 to 2007SP1 over Win2008.
    2003 has just been decomissioned.

    I thought public folders were replicated but it would seem that no.
    my outlook clients get this error in the synch problems folder:
    0X8004010F
    it relates to Offline Adress Book.

    in fact,i saw these new public system folders automatically created in exchange07, but i read that i had to add manually a replica for them.

    also, when i tried an update of reciptient rules policies, many errors regarding public folders appered.
    here is a list of them, poorly translated

    Warning:
    The recipient « mydom/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/offline address book - first group of administration» isn't valid. update impossible.

    Warning:
    The recipient « mydom/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/ Schedule+ Free/busy information- first group of administration» isn't valid. update impossible.

    Warning:
    The recipient « mydom/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB Version 2 » isn't valid. update impossible.

    Warning:
    The recipient « mydom/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB Version 3a » isn't valid. update impossible.

    Warning:
    The recipient « mydom/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB Version 4 » isn't valid. update impossible.

    last, when i run Exbpa, everything is fine, but it shows when i set options my "old" first administrative group, of course without server in it. this seems odd to me, as if something has been forgotten.

    i don't have any data in my public store, only system info.

    my question is simple:

    Can i recreate it and get rid of these errors?
    what infos will be lost?



    Thanks a lot if you can help !

    Pierre-Alexandre Bailby
    Lesia
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