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SP2 broke 'Change Mail Class' script running on Exchange 2003 (Converts post to mail items)

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We used to use a script called 'Change Mail Class' on our Exchange 2003 servers.

It basically converted post items to mail items in a public folder which staff have access to. The original article I followed to achieve this can be found here:

http://www.msexchange.org/articles/MF021.html 

Since installing Exchange 2003 SP2 this script no longer works. I have unregistered the script and tried to re-register it but it doesnt work.

So can anyone give me another method of preventing mail that is sent to a public folder from being sent as post items? or advice on why the script wont work anymore.

Regards

Guy_Adams
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The functionality to change the message format is now built in.
You just need to make a registry change then bounce the services.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=817809

Simon.
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Simon,

Thank you for your swift response.

Iam a little confused, I admit it doesnt take much!

The article describes and correct me if Iam wrong, how to add a registry setting to convert mail items which arrive in a public folder to IPM.Note instead of IPM.Post.

The problem with our setup is that mail that is sent to a public folder from external senders lands in the public folder as IPM.Note, we would like it as IPM.Post

Could you explain a little further please?

Many thanks

Guy_Adams
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Simon,

I must apologise.

I have changed the registry setting to 1 from 0 and now it works.

Thank you so much for your response, its much appreciated.

I have accepted your answer.

Regards

Guy_Adams
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The naming convention used by Microsoft is a little confusing, but shouldn't cause too many issues once you get your head around it.

Simon.
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Thanks again.

Its quite a privilege to get a response from such a highly regarded expert.

Many regards

Guy_Adams
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