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Exchange public folder store corrupt!!!

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by AshGreen, Sep 11, 2007.

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  1. AshGreen

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    Hello


    We have restored a SBS 2003 server which now seems to be in general fine, however our backup solution (Veritas backup exec 9.1) will not back up the Exchange public folder store, quoting the error-

    Backup - \\SERVER\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group Access denied to database Public Folder Store (SERVER).
    Database or database element is corrupt

    We also get these warnings...
    Backup - \\SERVER\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group WARNING: "\\SERVER\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group\Public Folder Store (SERVER)" is a corrupt file.
    This file cannot verify.
    Verify - \\SERVER\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group WARNING: "Public Folder Store (SERVER)" is a corrupt file.
    This file cannot verify.


    Ideally we just want to delete this and start again as the public folders are UNUSED by our customers. However when we try to delete the store it asks us to move it to another exchange server before it can be deleted. Is there another way round this???

    Any help would be great!

    Ash
     
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