Replicating Public Folders Could Lead To Virus Scanning And Database Corruption
Public folders are very important in Microsoft Exchange Server. Public folders are not only used to store user data but also contain critical system information that is essential for the smooth running of Exchange Server environments.
The replication process is necessary for efficient management and improved performance of public folders. You can also visit our website and check out the best alternative to public folders.
Two types of replication are possible: Hierarchy replication and Content replication. Sometimes, it can be difficult to replicate the public folders between Microsoft Exchange Server.
This could cause inconsistencies and render the database inaccessible. This behavior by the MS Exchange database Server could lead to serious data loss situations.
Email scanning can occur when MS Exchange Server 2003 sends public folder replication. It is possible to also encounter the corruption of messaging databases. You might receive the following error message.
"Multiple edits were made. The conflicting edits were attached to the conflict message. "
The Server public folders may become inaccessible and inconsistent at this point. This can lead to data loss and database corruption. Exchange Repair is the best way to fix this issue.
The root of the problem
This could occur when a transaction in a database is incorrectly written. If virus scanning is enabled, the unbalanced transaction state allows for virus scanning to be performed on outbound replication emails.