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We have Office 2013 set up on our Terminal Server 2012 R2, we have a 2013 Exchange Server.

All users every couple of minutes are receiving the following

The Microsoft Exchange Administrator has made a change that requires you quit and restart Outlook.

You click ok and it goes away, mail flow is fine
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What version of Outlook are you using?
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Office 2013
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Edward Pamias earned 500 total points
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I found a solution to the issue you are having it was posted by SreRaj on this site.

Exchange Public Folder set for a database could be a reason for these pop ups. Please check the Public Folder Database set for the database using ADSIEdit.msc console. Please check the attribute msExchHomePublicMDB for the database object. If it is pointing to a non-existing public folder database, these kind of pop ups gets triggered for all users.

You should clear this attribute or make it point to the correct Public Folder database.
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ok thanks I cannot seem to find the msExchHomePublicMDB

do you have the Path?
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Sorry for the delay. Let me see if I can find a path for you.
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its ok I have done that and deleted the entry but still the same error message :(
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Great help Thank You
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