last week I installed a second exchange 2010 server into my organization for migration.
I did all the configuration and moved the OAB to the new server. In OAB settings there was set the the OAB should be published via public folders.
After moving the OAB it works fine on the new server.
So I moved all mailboxes and powered off my first exchange server.
After that the OAB can`t be created/updated anymore.
In the event log there are error messages "ID 9335" telling me the public folder database could not be connected and that there was an error during cleaning up the public folder.
As far as I power-up the first server again, anything works fine.
What do I have to do to get rid of the messages and get the OAB up to date even though the first server is down?
Does anybody know this issue?
For what do I need public folder OAb distribution? We only use Outlook 2007 or higher in our company. Can I disable this distribution type?
to migrate you PF you will need to use the powershell script http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb331970%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx
if when you disable your pf distribution you are not able to download
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