October 20, 2009

0xFFFFFDDA JET_errDatabaseInconsistent

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Microsoft Exchange Server is the highly advanced email messaging product developed by Microsoft Corporation. Emails and other related items created by users are stored in their respective mailboxes in .EDB file on Exchange Server. The Exchange Server gets damaged anytime due to various logical and physical reasons. When any problem occurs in Exchange Server, the…

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October 19, 2009

How to Make Backup Copy of a PST file?

Email Recovery

MS Outlook saves its data in PST files. But an Outlook user can lose all his data if this file gets damaged due to any reason. If you have backups for your PST file, you can use them in such situations. You can use a backup copy of your PST file to restore Outlook data…

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October 13, 2009

0xFFFFFE02 JET_errLogWriteFail

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Sometimes, when you try to start directory service on MS Exchange Server, following error message is displayed on your computer screen: Could not start Microsoft Exchange Directory service on \\SERVERNAME Error 2140: An internal Windows NT error occurred

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Outlook 2007 is very Slow

Email Recovery

Microsoft Outlook 2007 has interactive user interface with various other advance features. But, usually Outlook 2007 users face the following issues: MS Outlook freezes during start-up, the status bar shows “Loading Dataset..” for a long time and you cannot perform any action on your email items unless that initial “Send/Receive” is complete.

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October 10, 2009

0xFFFFFC05 JET_errPageNotInitialized Error

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Microsoft Exchange Server saves mailbox store and public folder store in a repository called information store service. Sometimes, when you try to start the information store service, Exchange Server generates the following error message: The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service terminated with service- specific error 4294966277.

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October 6, 2009

Understanding SMTP Error Messages

Email Recovery

Email is the most powerful, reliable and convenient communication medium. In any organization, email communication is performed with the help of email clients like Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes etc. But sometimes these email clients are unable to send or receive the email messages. This article focuses on the SMTP error codes that flash…

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October 5, 2009

How to recover the information store on Exchange 2000 Server or Exchange Server 2003?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Usually, when corruption occurs in MS Exchange Server 2000 and MS Exchange Server 2003, the Information store is an affected component. Information store comprises of following database files: Priv1.edb Priv1.stm Pub1.edb Pub1.stm

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September 29, 2009

How to use ESEUTIL for Exchange Server Repair?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange Server database corruption issue is one of the crucial tasks ever. Quite often, we come across corruption of MS Exchange Server, when access to mailboxes gets lost completely. Many organizations experience the same hazard with complete loss of data accessibility. The manual solution treated as a primary option to overcome this database corruption issue….

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Run ESEUTIL for EDB Repair

Solving Exchange Server Errors

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…

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Error 0xFFFFFC01 JET_errInvalidPath

Solving Exchange Server Errors

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.

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