For nearly 20 years, AD admins around the world have used one tool for day-to-day AD management: Hyena. FREE BUSY\EX:/o=contoso/ou=Old Administrative Group” –Replicas “Server\Storage Group\Public Folder Database”" I have restarted the System Attendant and i have to recived the 8219 event.
However the original event ID i was getting and posted was 8207.
If you have the folder for old admin group then please run get-publicfolder –identity "\NON_IPM_SUBTREE\SCHEDULE FREE BUSY" -recurse |fl name, replicas Result will show you two admin groups and see if you have Replica set for both replica is not set for exchange 2007 group please run above posted cmdlet and if the replica is not set for old legacy admin group then run Set-publicfolder –identity "\NON_IPM_SUBTREE\SCHEDULE FREE BUSY\EX:/o=contoso/ou=Old Administrative Group” –Replicas “Server\Storage Group\Public Folder Database” restart system attendant and see if you get event 8219... If you just have one folder underneath SCHEDULE FREE BUSY in public folder management then revert.
with the snapshot of Pf managemnt above get cmd..........
To The Learned One Accept Answer 26381757 I had already given instruction on that post.
CMD on my last post is already there in 26381757 it is just that legacyadmin group doesnt have replica set thats why the error is.
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I will in time remove the Public Folder database as we don't have any Outlook 2003 clients.
From researching I found an article stating I need to use this document even though I am not trying to use Outlook 2003 and the OAB is set to distribute via the web and version 4.
This is the last error in my event log that i am not sure what to do about.
I have found a couple of things that state that i did not setup replication from the old server to the new server but i am positive i did that and gave it time to replicate. Log Name: Application Source: MSExchange FBPublish Date: 1/20/2010 PM Event ID: 8207 Task Category: General Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: nwgmg-mx.Description: Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine NWGMG-MX. Event Xml: schedule free busy and see if you have two folders underneath it one for old exchange admin group and one for Exchange 2007 admin group ?
Hello, I've noticed the following error appearing in the System Logs of an Exchange 2007 server: Event ID : 8207 Category : General Source : MSExchange FBPublish Type : Error Message : Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine .