ESEUTIL is one Exchange tools that help in repairing corrupted or damaged Exchange Server. ESEUTIL is an inbuilt utility that ensures good health of the information store in an Exchange Server. Quite often, we come across corruption of MS Exchange Server, when access to mailboxes gets lost completely.
Eseutil.exe is a command line tool provided by Microsoft Corporation to let you fix the issues that occur in Exchange Server due to database corruption. However, you need to use various switches with the eseutil command in order to repair the damaged Exchange database file. The most common switch used to repair the damaged Exchange database with eseutil command is /p.
Sometimes, during the process of mounting a mailbox store or public folder store in MS Exchange Server 2000 or 2003, following error message appears on your computer screen:
An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both.
Sometimes, when you upgrade from Exchange Server 5.0 to Exchange Server 5.5, you may receive the following error message:
After getting the aforementioned error message when you retry to upgrade from Exchange Server 5.0 to Exchange Server 5.5, following error message flashes on your computer screen:
An unexpected error has occurred. ID No. c106fdda
SQL Server is the most preferred relational database systems that enable organizations to reliably manage mission-critical information in easy manner. SQL Server offers many advantageous features to its users. One such feature is the use of file groups; this feature is used to group database files in order to provide better allocation and database administration.
With this useful feature of filegrouping, a database administrator can assign indexes, tables or image, text or ntext data from a particular table to the specified file group. But sometimes, SQL Server shows the invalid state of a specific filegroup .As a result, it fails to process the table for check. Â Such situation is an indication of sever table corruption.
There are times when you might have had sent Ross Webers mail to Ross Richard, there’s nothing new in this. And we don’t even identify what wrong have we done, until we are asked about the same by some of the colleagues or bosses or from the recipients themselves. In order to make certain that all this doesn’t leave you embarrassed, you can try this tip to search for last names of your contacts in GroupWise rather than searching for the first names: