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Collaboration Services 3.9.1 - User Guide

Getting started with Collaboration Services Organizing objects for synchronization Resolving synchronization conflicts Managing the synchronization process Transport management Fine-tuning and maintenance Backup, restore, and troubleshooting

Initiating re-publication from the subscriber side

To initiate re-publication when you are a subscriber, select either the Subscription node or a particular collection and then use the Request Re-publication command from the shortcut menu.

Configuration database clean-up

In case of intensive Active Directory updates, your collections may turn out to contain some objects that have become obsolete. For example, your published collections may include a number of user accounts that have been already removed from Active Directory.

To prevent from synchronization conflicts that might occur due to obsolete objects still kept in the collections, you can periodically clean up Collaboration Services configuration data (new data will be stored to the configuration database at the next scan).

Right-click the Publication node in the management tree and select Clean Up Database.



Transport management


Instances of Collaboration Services installed in the HQ and branch forests communicate with each other using the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), which is a native protocol for Exchange organization.

All communications between partners is performed through administrative mailboxes, one mailbox per forest. The data packets are compressed, grouped in regular email messages, and sent to another service mailbox.

To ensure optimal data flow between synchronization partners, you can adjust the transport settings to suit your needs. To view or edit transport settings, use the Transport page of Collaboration Services Properties dialog box.

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