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Posted on 2007-11-26
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For some reason when emailing the mail enabled public folder and putting a delivery receipt on it, I recive a Delivered message but when Looking in ESM or my Outlook where the Public folder resides, I don't see the mail messages.

Does anybody know how I can troubleshoot this? I gave myself owner to the public folder and propagated it.
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It's not a moderated folder is it? That could be the cause - check the properties on the folder.
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Do you have multiple Exchange servers and Public folder stores on multiple servers?
If yes, use Message tracking to trace the email you sent to this folder - with this you can know to which server the message got delivered. Add that server in the replica list.

>>>> Veera.
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by:snyderkv
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Ah got it thanks

I also simply loooked at the number of items in that store under the STATUS tab and saw it increase.on one server and not the other.
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