EVENT ID 3079; Urgent

Whenever I try to view the properties on certain mail enabled public folders, I get and error stating:

"The mail proxy for this folder cannot be found.  This may be due to replication delays.  The mail enabled pages will not be shown."  

Now, the network we are running is a 2003 enterprise with SAV10 antivirus.

I also found this in even viewer.

Even ID 3079:

Unexpected replication thread error 0x80040219 on database "First Storage Group\Public Folder Store (MNFN04E)".

I have checked the public information store registry key, and it in not this.  All arrows seem to point to an issue with Antivirus attaching and messing up the mail format of a message, causing the public folder store to crash.  All of our public folders are stored on the same server.  About 1/3 of them are mail enabled, and about 1/3 of them are the ones cause the problems.  It appears as though there is a service pack fix for exchange 5.5 and 2000, but not 2003.  Does anybody have any ideas?
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labrecquerpAuthor Commented:
Since we do not associate our domain with anything that involved 2000, there is not use (and no where) to install the Exchange 2000 roll-up.  However, the document does make reference to modifying the the registry key for replication flags, which will force status request messages to be sent out from the 2003
server to all other servers and the exchange of status messages should trigger the Exchange Public Folder backfill process to start occurring.  This should take 6-24 hours.  I will let this go for a while and give a status update within the next day.  Thanks for the help, gg234.

labrecquerpAuthor Commented:
Modifying the registery ended up solving the problem after a day of replication took place.  Thanks for the help.
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