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Exchange 2003 12 servers. 4 users on server 7 report that 2 make updates and see updates while 2 others see their updates but the first 2 don't see the second two. Only one routing group and admin group with all 12 servers in it. PF refferals on servers all set to use Routing Group.

No clients in cached mode or using calendar in "Favorites"

I ran winroute - all servers show consistent results for RGmaster and connectors.

Any ideas?
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If you run pfmigrate.wsf (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822895) in report mode against the servers in question, what does it show?
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There are no replica's - one server only
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Sorry, I meant one server that is in the replica tab on props of the folder. All other servers point to it OK.
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