Public Folder replication problems Exchange 2003

We have two Exchange 2003 sites between which we replicate some public 
folders. This was working fine until recently, when one folder stopped 
replicating in one direction - i.e. postings made to the replica appear in 
the original folder, but not vice-versa. At the same time we started 
receiving numerous 1110 Events: 

Error 0x4ed occurred while writing per-user information for on database "First Storage Group\Public Folder Store 

The event is repeated multiple times - I assume once for each user, though I 
haven't actually checked.

If necessary I'll simply delete and recreate the folder to see if this 
resolves things, but I thought I'd ask here first to see whether anyone has 
come across this before. Technet searches show similar problems in Exchange 
2000 which were fixed. Exchange servers are Win2k3 running Exchange 2003 
Enterprise with SP1.

roke-it (29)
12/16/2005 9:21:02 AM
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Hi Customer,

Thank you for the input.

This issue is mostly caused by the corruption of the specific public 
folder. Therefore, we may first try to recreate the problematic public 
folder to resolve the issue:

1. Back the pulic folder to PST file from Outlook client.
2. Delete the public folder.
3. Recreate it.
4. Restore the PST file back.
5. Verify the issue again.

Hope this helps! If you need more help or have other concerns, just post 
back into the newsgroup.

Have a nice day!

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Alan Sun
Microsoft Online Partner Support

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v-asun (208)
12/19/2005 7:52:51 AM

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