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Exchange- MTA problems

I am getting the next erros on Even viewer about MTA:An internal MTA error occurred.The logon violated security. Entity name:Error code:0.[XAPI MAIN BASE 27 92](14)and The user /o=DENE/ou=AZPEITIA/cn=Configuration/cn=Connections/cn=Internet Mail Connector (TEK2) has caused a security violation. Locality table (LTAB) index: 239. Windows NT error code: 0. [BASE IL MAIN BASE 27 237] (14).  Do you know why??.
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Hi Mouse,

I have seen this error message before and the fix is on MS Technet. See below:

PSS ID Number: Q152624

The following Event Ids will be logged in the Windows NT Event Viewer Application Log if the account listed on the Override tab of the Site Connector in the Microsoft Exchange Administrator program does not have Service Account
Admin Rights on the Configuration and Site containers.
   Application log:
   Event id: 9297 Source = MS Exchange MTA
   The user /o=ORGanization /ou=SITE1 /cn=Configuration /cn=Servers /cn=SERVER1 /cn=Microsoft Private MDB has caused a security violation. Locality table
   (LTAB) index: 5. Windows NT error code: 0. [BASE IL MAIN BASE 1 237] (14)
   Event id: 3161 Source = MS Exchange MTA
   An internal MTA error occurred. The logon violated security. Entity name: .
   Error code: 0. [XAPI MAIN BASE 1 92] (14)
To resolve this, give the account on the override tab Service Account Admin Permissions on the Configuration and Site containers (IMS in your case).
Note: Missing permissions can also prevent the Message Transfer Agent from transferring mail to its own local Information Store.

Hope this help. Cheers
MouseAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot, but I have not managed to fix the problem yet, although you are right with your comments.
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