Public folder replication stops working in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. When this issue occurs, the following error message is logged on Exchange Server 2007 servers that have the HUB Transport role:
This issue can occur if the affected database runs out of Long Value IDs (LVIDs). When this issue occurs, you may receive the following error messages:
ROP Failure: 0xFFFFFBCD
Error-1075 occurred while generating an outgoing replication message
Note A database may run out of LVIDs if legacy client users frequently add or change free/busy information. For example, this issue can occur if Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 users frequently update free/busy information.
To resolve this issue, reset the LVID counter in the affected database. To do this, follow these steps:
Back up the affected database. For more information about Exchange Server database backup, visit the following TechNet website:
Note We recommend that you use the /T switch and create the Temp.edb file on a fast hard disk that has lots of free disk space. If you do not use the /T switch, the Temp.edb file is created in the root folder of the hard disk where Windows is installed.
Perform an integrity check on the offline database. To do this, run the following command at an Exchange Management Shell command prompt:
Note Repeat the Isinteg.exe command until no errors or fixes are logged in the ISINTEG log file.
Mount the database. To do this, run the following command at an Exchange Management Shell command prompt:
The following event may be logged after you use the Mount-Database cmdlet to mount the database. This event is logged if Isinteg.exe fixes one or more items in the ReplState table:
Event Type: Warning Event Source: MSExchangeIS Public Store Event Category: Replication Errors Event ID: 3092 Description: Error 1129 occurred while processing a replication event.
Folder: (3ef-9DF9366) IPM_SUBTREE\folder_name
This event indicates that no replica is available. To resolve this issue, temporarily add a replica of the affected folder. To do this, follow these steps.
Note In these steps, folder_name is the name of the affected folder, ServerY is the replica that you want to add, and ServerX refers to the name of the server where the file that you want to replicate is stored.
Add a replica to the replica list. To do this, run the following command at an Exchange Management Shell command prompt: