[ExchangeList] Re: Cal I point public folders to a physical store on different server in same administrative group?

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  • Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2006 10:55:37 -0700

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Subject: [ExchangeList] Cal I point public folders to a physical store
on different server in same administrative group?

Hi all,
Hope you all had a great weekend!
I have two Exchange 2003 servers in my "First Administrative Group".
Each server has its own mailbox store and public folder store, displayed
in ESM.
Also in ESM, there is the "Public Folder" root, under which all public
folders reside.  I have searched everywhere but can't seem to find a way
to point this to anything other than the Public Folder in the first
server.  I have created a second "Public Folder 2" and want to point
this to the Public Folder store on the second server, but there does not
appear to be anything in the properties or anything else which allows me
to control which physical public folder store I can point it to.  Any
suggestions on how I can create individual public folders and point them
to the correct physical store on the appropriate server? 
PS:  I posted this over the weekend and I apologize for re-posting, it
could be that this got missed in the weekend shuffle!

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