ConfigMgr SCCM 2012 vs 2007 Inbox Folders Comparison

Have you ever tried to compare ConfigMgr 2007 and 2012 Inbox folders?  There are new Inbox folders CM 2012,,,,, and I’m not able to find courier sender and Discovery Data Manager (Asset Data?) inbox folders ( and in CM 2012 SP1.

There are 42 Inbox Directories in SCCM 2007 however, there are 48 Inbox Directories in CM 2012. I’ve created a file (ready for download) to get more details about folder comparison. Download the file from here. Following are the functions related to new Inbox Folders introduced in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1.

1)  = SMS AD SERVICE Monitor
2) SMS Notification Manager
3) SMS Certificate Manager
4) SMS Clould Services Manager
5) SMS End Point Protection Manager
6) SMS License Manager
7) SMS Migration Manager
8) SMS Alert Notification

SCCM 2007 SP2 Inbox CM 2012 SP1 Inbox New folders in CM 12 auth
clifiles.src clifiles.src
CompSumm.Box CompSumm.Box Removed folders SCCM 2007 42 Inbox Directories CM 2012 48 Inbox Directories
OfferSum.Box OfferSum.Box
wsyncmgr.box42 Directories 48 DirectoriesInbox Description SMS AD SERVICE Monitor SMS Notification Manager SMS Certificate Manager SMS Clould Services Manager SMS End Point Protection Manager SMS License Manager SMS Migration Manager SMS Alert Notification

Very old Technet article about Files and Folders of SMS here.

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Posted in: ConfigMgr (SCCM), Configmgr2012, SCCM 2012, System Center 2012


  1. Mohak Chadda says:

    Thanks a lot Anoop for compiling this all… You are the ‘BEST’ Much appreciated!!!

  2. Sudarsan says:

    Thanks for the post, However the current replication happens through SQL, then what is the role of inboxes here?

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