Exchange 2007 Public Folder Replication

Hello,

I deployed Exchange 2007 and I am in the process of replication Public
Folders from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007, but I am having the following problem. I use
exchange system manager to add the 2007 server as a replication partner and
when I go to status for a folder and try to synchronize, I get the below
error,

The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service could not find the
specified object. ID no:c1041722

Any ideas?

I guess I can try to delete and create my exchange 2007 public folders.
I turned on logging on the source folder and see that the public folder replication email is sent and delivered to my hub server. On the hub server the tracking log shows as,
550 5.1.4 RESOLVER.ADR.Ambiguous; ambiguous address


 Thanks in advance,
jimmyss80Asked:
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TalonNYCCommented:
It could be a permissions issue, check this KB article that has a simmilar problem/solution thread:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/313865/en-us

Hop this helps!
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Pret0rianCommented:
If you are having trouble you might tr the PFDavAdmin tool:-)

Remi
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jimmyss80Author Commented:
What would be the things to check with PFDavAdmin tool?
thanks
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jimmyss80Author Commented:
Thanks for the comments but I finally found the root cause. ambigous NDR error is usually a duplicate address. I updated the address on the exchange 2007 public folder store and it fixed my problem. By the way, I had to remove the replication and re-add it before it worked.
To update the email address you need adsiedit and modify the mail and proxyaddress attributes on the publicfolderstore.

JH
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