EXCHANGE 2010

We have received this alert where System Attendant Service is stopped on the server

I found 40 mailboxes hosted on the server’s database EX10PFX0 and 40 on EX10PFX02( public folder database).
PFX01-PublicFolders01 EX10PFX01
PFX02-PublicFolders02 EX10PFX02

This is roughly 10 GB of mailboxes data hosted on these servers.

Can you please let us know :

•      Do we need to move these mailboxes to other databases (except public folder).
•      SA service is running on EX10PFX02 shall we need to start the same on EX10PFX01 as well.

and an error shows that system attendant is not running.

can you suggest
pramod1Asked:
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
as long as there is no issues to users, no need to move mailboxes. Yes please start the SA services on the server
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pramod1Author Commented:
having mailboxes on public folder database can be because of Users will by default use the Public Folder Database that is specified on the Mailbox Database.
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
no its not the case. what ever public folder u have put on database will be used by users
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pramod1Author Commented:
my question was why user mailboxes are on public folder database and not on mailbox database
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
Was the server rebooted? Pls check the event logs on the servers
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pramod1Author Commented:
no errors after starting system attendant
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