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Hi, I have event 8207 keep repeating in the event viewer. Server is exchange 2000 with s.p. 3 and post servise pack 3. the error is:
Error updating public folder with free-busy information on virtual machine SERVER. The error number is 0x80004005.
Any idea?
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If restarting the server doesn't resolve this, make sure that your Exchange services are all starting with the local system account. Any other errors to be concerned with in exchange?

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I would run some quick tests with Outlook. Compose a meeting request and add some people to the invite, then check their free/busy status on the Scheduling/Meeting Planner/Availability tab.

Second test would be to start Outlook from a Run command "outlook /cleanfreebusy"  See if you get an error on publishing public free/busy data.

Depending on the results from these tests, that could then point me in the next area to focus on... existence of the Schedule+ Free Busy system folder in the AG, W3SVC service running for the Virtual server, etc.
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