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Mail disable Public Folders in bulk Exchange 2003

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Hi,
I'm trying to maildisable a few hundred Public Folders and looking for a tool/script to help me with that.. PFMIGRATE let's me mailenable in bulk but not disable.
Any help would be greatly apreciated. Thanks!
J.
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for E2k3:
we could use the Admodify version 1.6

> these mail-enabled public folders should be available @ MESO Container (Microsoft Exchange System Objects) folder

> you can choose a bulk and try killmail (removing exchange attributes)

Not tested...so do it for few public-folder before doing for bulk folders
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by:lgamtech
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Thanks, will report back.
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Other than manually doing the job nothing worked for me. Thanks for your help.
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Other than manually doing the job nothing worked for me. Thanks for your help.
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