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Exchange server 2007 Event ID 3085 Error 0x8004010f  Type 0x4

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Receiving the following in Application log of our Exchange Server 2007 every 5 mins:

"Error 0x8004010f occurred while generating an outgoing replication message.

 Type: 0x4
 Folder: (14-24505B8532)

 Database "Second Storage Group\Public Folder Database". "

We have two Exchange 2007 servers but PFs only reside on one of them and are not replicated to the other. There is no folder name given in the error message just some sort of db entry (14-24505B8532) so I'm thinking that attempts are being made to replicate some non-existent folder (possibly left over from a previous EX2003 -> EX2007). Is there any way to determine what 14-24505B8532 is referring to and fix this error without having to dismount the public folder database?
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The error code is cannot find.
The folder ID doesn't look correct, so I wonder if it is a system folder. Check in your public folder management console, under system folders for incorrect replication settings.

Simon.
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