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How does Adaxes connect to Exchange 2007? We are having problems managing Public Folders through remote powershell (adding the pssnapin). Was wondering if there was any other way of doing this..

Get-PublicFolder -DomainController $dc

fails with:

Cannot find an available public folder database. Please make sure that there is a public folder database on an Exchange
2007 mailbox server, and then ensure that the public folder database is mounted.

This works fine when accessing the server directly and adding the snap in.

Get-Mailbox $id -DomainController $dc

works fine in remote sessions

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Hello,

It looks like a permission issue. To be able to access the public folder, the account of Adaxes default service adminiostrator (the user that you specified during installation) must be granted appropriate permissions for the folder in Exchange. For more details on how to grant such permissions, have a look at the following article by Microsoft: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/libr ... 80%29.aspx.

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It's not a permission issue. I've tested with the same user as i use for remote powershell right on the server, it works there.

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Hello,

To further troubleshoot the issue, can you answer the following questions:

  1. How many Exchange Servers do you have in your Exchange Organization? Are they all Exchange 2007 Servers or do you have servers of other versions?
  2. Have you tried executing the same PowerShell line from the PowerShell console on the computer where Adaxes service is installed? What are the results?
  3. Can all your Exchange Servers communicate with the domain controller passed in the -DomainController parameter?

By the way, could you post here the full script that you are using?

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