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Replicate Public Folders - subfolders and mail items

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Setting up replication of Public Folders items fron one server to the next works well - but since I have some 100 000 folders I need a way to make the setting spread to subfolders and automatically to new folders.
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Look at the PFDAVADMIN tool.  It will allow you to propagate permissions and replication settings, and a bit more.  You can download it from microsoft.
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