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"Parameter values not valid"

Posted on 2002-06-12
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Hi,

Al my clients suddenly started to receive the follwing error when sending/receiving e-mail:

Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x80070057) : 'Could not complete the operation. One or more parameter values are not valid.'

It does not seem to affect anything, but is very annoying.
Any ideas on this?

Thanx.
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What version of ES?  What SP?
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What Version of Outlook? What Sp for Outlook?
Are ALL clients receiving it, or just a alot of them?
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by:woerts
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Hi,

This seems to be a problem with outlook rules. It turned out that my exchange db`s where on a HDD that gone bad. After I moved the mailboxes to a new server, this dissapeared.

Woerts
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It would have been quite nice to have some feedback on this other than "I fixed it myself" three months later.  If you don't play nicely in the sandbox nobody else will want to play with you.
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Sorry, I totally forgot about this one!

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