Microsoft KB Archive/159919
Article ID: 159919
Article Last Modified on 10/28/2006
- Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q159919
The Microsoft Exchange Server Public Folder hierarchy, as you can see in the Exchange Server Administrator program, is always replicated to other servers in the organization, even if public folder replication is disabled.
Unlike other directory information, the hierarchy is always replicated through the exchange of messages handled by the message transfer agent (MTA). This is also true when replicating within the same site.
It is not possible to completely prevent public folder replication messages from going through the MTA queues. The hierarchy is always replicated, even if you select Never as the public folder replication schedule.
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