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Exchange Error No 80040e19

Posted on 2003-12-01
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I get the following message when I try to view or add public folders in Exchange 2000:

"The object is no longer available. Press F5 to refresh the display, and then try again.
ID no: 80040e19
Exchange System Manager"

I have found the following relevant Knowledge Base articles at Microsoft, but none of these seem to apply (see comments under each):

KB# 282125
-  The Exadmin virtual directory does exist under the default web site and is properly named
-  It is not a clustered Exchange 2000 computer
-  The default web site has a valid IP address and a blank host header name

KB# 325920
-  The default site that hosts the Exadmin directory runs on port 80

KB# 325923
-  There is only one web site, the default web site, running on this server
-  There is only one IP address on the network adapter & this is assigned to the default site

KB# 328659
-  I have not yet installed IIS Lockdown, so URLScan tool is not installed

Any ideas?

Jfkappers
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Wow, I've been working on this issue all morning with someone else, it's not you, is it? :) When did this start....and did it ever work?
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We uinstalled the URLScan tool and the problem went away. Thought that was not installed but it was. Not sure why this tool caused theis problem though.
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"Client at (IP_ADDRESS): URL contains extension '.com'"

Because you domain is most likely ".com" and since that extension is not allowed by default with URLscan, it caused it to fail.

congrats, glad the uninstall resolved it for you though :)

David
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