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Exchange 2010 Public Folder Location displayed in Chinese

Posted on 2012-04-11
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Since yesterday, my Public Folder seems to have problems.  The Location is written in Chinese or I don't know wich language.  My server crashed yesterday but it reboot fine.
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When you say "crashed" what and how did it crash? Was it offline? Did you have to restore? Hard drive failure? More information please so we can help...
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The server hang and got a blue screen due because the SAN crash.  The public folder is online.  No restore was need.
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We had this exact same problem. We have two public folder databases that replicate to each other for backup. When this happened we tried the reset nav pane and tried to update all public folders and all other suggestions we could find. We finally switched to the other database and everything worked after that. I know that the database we not corrupted because from local PCs we were able to connect and see all data just fine. I have even switch back to the other database and everything was still fine.
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