Public folders missing on Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 “Token supplied to function invalid. ID 80090308, and ID c007000″

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A question submitted on SearchExchange.com I am having a problem with my Exchange 2003 Server. My public folders have disappeared. I get "Unable to display the folder. Outlook could not access the specified folder location. Exchange server unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete action." Mail is working. Just the public folders aren't. In Exchange system manager I get "Token supplied to function invalid. ID 80090308, and ID c007000. What happened?

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Hello
I just found <a href=”http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fsmallbizserver.no%2FDefault.aspx%3Ftabid%3D94%26EntryID%3D100&hl=it&ie=UTF8&sl=no&tl=en”>this article</a> that describes the resolution…it is translated bye Google; another website that talsk about this error <a href=”http://hellomate.typepad.com/exchange/2004/04/public_folder_e.html”>is this one</a>.
I hope this helps.

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