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Mail enable \ disable a public folder from Exchange 2003 \ Exchange 2007 still has email address

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Hi,

There is a mail enabled public folder with an email address associated with it. Emails are not being delivered to that public folder. Emails being send by administrator or any other user who has necessary permissions are not getting delivered. So I mail disabled and enabled it again. Still no change.

When I mail disable a public folder, I could still see an email attribute still exists for that public folder. Exchange is in native mode.

Your suggestions are much appreciated.
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by:imkottees
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Hi,

Are you getting any ndr when sending to mail enabled public folder?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Which attribute do you still see linked ?
If its a fairly new PF why dont you simply retire it and create a new one with the same name after sometime and Mail enable it and check

What happens to the emails sent to the PF ?
What do you see in Message Tracking ?
Hope no forwarding rule or anything set on the PF ?

- Rancy
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arkr12 earned 0 total points
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Hi,

There is another mail enabled PF with that email address, did a search and found it.

All good now
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by:arkr12
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The found object is the actual PF to which all test mails were delivered
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