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This issue was eventually discovered to be due to an improper installation of Exchange 2010. There was a phantom database and a phantom exchange server with residual registry entries that were preventing the proper functionality of the Exchange server. Long story short, I had to individually remove and recreate each of the virtual directories as well as ...


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I doubt you have "way too much data" in public folders. Public folders are stored using the same ESE engine that stores mailboxes, and I've seen Exchange 2003 installations with upwards of 100GB mailbox databases (though, arguably, they performed very badly compared to newer versions of Exchange, they did work fine). Diagnosing your "replication issues" is ...



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