Public Folder Tree (default location changed)

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Exchange 2003
Public folders
Replication
Exchange 2003 SP2 Enterprise edition Windows 2003 Server patched Under my Administrative Groups folder I have five AG's. One of those is called Public Folders and the default public folder tree was moved into this Public Folder AG. This was before my time, so I am not sure on the details, but I am trying to figure it out. 1. I'd like to rename that Public Folders AG to Public Folders Management. Is this as easy as just right clicking, selecting rename and hit enter? 2. This Public Folder AG is now suppossedly the Main Public folder tree and if I understand correctly it should reflect the all the public folder's from the individual public folder stores on each of the EX in the organization. Is this correct? 3. For some reason I cannot see all the public folder's from this location. I can right click the top level called Public Folders and select Connect To and choose a public folder store to look at, but it doesn't look like this socalled main public folder tree. If you think you understand what I am saying, your help is greatly appreciated.

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Make sure your public folders are all being replicated on all mail servers. You can use <a href=”http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=635BE792-D8AD-49E3-ADA4-E2422C0AB424&displaylang=en”>PFDAVAdmin </a>to do bulk replications. Very useful tool! Install on your PC, not on any Exchange server.

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