You would do this from within Exchange Admin. From memory I believe it's
Tools | New Forms Library or something like that.
David Sengupta, MCP
Sengupta at ncf dot ca
>We had just migrated our Mail server to a new server
>With New Domain name and Site
>Migration Method was
>Exporting account to CSV files, then Import it to the new server.
>Exporting account message to pst file, then Import it to the new account.
>While user are having new accounts; for remote access client they are not
>the position to use the previous OST file. (with different set of
>I then deleted the OST file and re-synchronize the content with the new
>The synchronization seem to be fine, is just that there is an error message
> "Error backgrounf synchronization"
>with error log.
>17:44:08 Synchronizing Mailbox 'Ken'
>17:44:09 Synchronizing Hierarchy
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Favorites
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Inbox'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Outbox'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Sent Items'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Calendar'
>17:44:10 1 view(s)/form(s) updated in online folder
>17:44:10 1 view(s)/form(s) deleted in offline folder
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Contacts'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Drafts'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Journal'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Notes'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Tasks'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Folder 'Deleted Items'
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Views
>17:44:10 Synchronizing Organization Forms
>17:44:11 Error synchronizing folder
>17:44:11 The client operation failed.
>17:44:11 Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store
>I was unable to find the solution from the new microsoft support site for
>Getting the hints from other News Group, I was told that the new server
>"Public Folder resource" do not have the Organisation Form, and which is
>different to the previous mail server
>Now, is there anyone can show me how to add Organisation from back to the