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Exchange 2007 Mail-enabled public folder problem !!!

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Hi All Experts

I create a Mail-Enabled public folder (testing, testing@abc.com) in the exchange 2007.

In the outlook 2007, I can see this public folder, I can create/remove a post in the public folder (Testing) but when i send email to testing@abc.com. I received a error message sent by system admin said: this email address is not existed.

Does anyone know why? do I have missing any configuration here?

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Using either of the management tools if you have enabled the PF that means you should either wait for the DS replication to complete or simply check the details of the PF using Get-PublicFolder -Identity "Folder Path" |FL
You should see the PF email adress in the results of the commandlet.

Look at aplication logs if you see anything related to address generation.

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