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I cannot update public folder hierarchy
Error: No MAPI public tree was not found.

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Hi bsholkov,

Do you have Exchange 2007 SP1 installed?

You can try:

1. Right-click CN=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT) and
select New|Object

2. Select MSexchPublicFolderTreeContainer

3. Input "Folder Hierarchies" for the CN

4. Right-click CN=Folder Hierarchies and select New|Object

5. Input "Public Folders" for the CN (class=msExchPFTreeType)

6. Set msExchPFTreeType attribute to 1 on CN=Public folders

Hope this helps.

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Yes i do have sp 1 installed. I did this procedure and after this i have public folder mounted but get the following error: --------------------------------------------------------
Microsoft Exchange Error
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Action 'Update Hierarchy' could not be performed on object 'Update Hierarchy'.

Update Hierarchy Failed Error:The operation cannot be executed because there is no available public folder database on the server 'CORPEX'.
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