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em_ar_ducks
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« on: September 22, 2003, 12:08:53 AM »

I have set exchange eval up on a machine at home, its a DC, everything works except the new public folder trees that I have tried to setup.

#1 I can create the tree, create a new store, and associate and mount the store just fine.

#2 Then I try to right-click on the new tree to create sub-folders, "public folder" is available, when I click on it, nothing happens.

According to all of the material that I am reading I should be able to create folders, mail-enable them, etc. via exchange system manager, correct?

I know that mapi clients can't access these additional trees or stores, but something just doesn't seem right with my setup, I have searched MSDN and Technet for two days and can't seem to find anything that tells me what I am doing wrong in fact everything confirms that what I am trying to do should work.
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« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2003, 09:26:05 AM »

For anyone who was baffled by my earlier post and wanted to know the solution.

The problem I was having was that in my experimentation with the eval edition of exchange 2k, I could not view the public folder heirarchy in exchange system manager.

I searched high and low on MSDN and TECHNET, and still couldn't find anything.

Finally in desparation one day before my 224 exam, I downloaded and installed the most recent service pack for exchange and voila! the issue was resolved.

When working with eval editions, I always hesitate to install service packs unless I have confidence that they resolve a specific issue, hopefully this information will benefit everyone.
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« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2003, 11:22:44 AM »

Thanks for sharing your experience. Congrats again on the pass.
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« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2003, 07:19:06 PM »

I too have had problems which have been resolved by service packs.  I am reluctant to install service packs because I like to keep as close to the MS training guide as possible.

As an example, after installing a service pack the message tracking interface layout in exchange system manager was changed.

I am finding that exchange is very 'fussy' about how it is setup and that the slightest of changes can cause havoc.
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