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We have been getting the following alerts on our Exchange 2007 SP1 server regarding managefolder:
"Event ID 10013: The managed folder assistant was unable to provision the managed default folder JunkEmail in mailbox XXXXXXXXX because it was not found in the mailbox."
The range/status of the noted mailboxes are active, some are hidden. as well as some are disconnected. Alerts for the disconnected ones are not an issue, however concern for the others. Anyone seen any of these alerts.
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