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Public folders moved to new Store Now favorites dissappear from outlook clients

Posted on 2013-05-16
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Public folders moved to new Store Now favorites dissappear from outlook clients, enviorment went from a single server to a DAG with a single CAS server front ending the DAG. Everything else is working fine and all the data was replicated just fine. However when clients add the firm calender as a favorite it dissapears once they close their outlook client.
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The fix is rollup v3 for SP1 once its installed on the DAG members problems will be resolved.
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