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Exchange 2003 error TWO

Posted on 2008-10-30
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I get this error message when I try to open the Public folder under folders in the exchange system manager
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EddyGurge earned 250 total points
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From your other question, I can't say for sure, and it may be unrelated, but it is possible that you are having MAPI errors due to Outlook being installed on your Exchange server.  Did these problems occur right after the outlook install?
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