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Get error c1038a21 when opening properties of public folders in Exchange 2003.

Posted on 2004-03-31
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The KB articles on Microsoft are for Exchange 2000 only, but tried tham anyway, only problem is that the Exchange 5.5 server is still around. Am i unable to see all property tabs until that server has been removed from the organization?

The full error is:
"The mail proxy for this folder can not be found. This may be due to replication delays. The mail enabled pages will not be shown.
ID no: c1038a21
Exchange System Manager"
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by:David Wilhoit
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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;278441

This may relate to your other issue as well, I don't think you have a clean LDAP connection at this point...

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by:maladyetz
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OK, i get several of the following error in the app log now:
"ADC could not replicate  to CN=Microsoft MTA\0ADEL:bfc44340-9837-4c29-aa68-f4b227bcc878,CN=Deleted Objects,CN=Configuration,DC=Webridge,DC=com because the target object is deleted.  (Connection Agreement 'Users: Webridge.com - WEBR\Webridge, Inc.' #1756) "

When checking with MS, the user action is none. There are lots of informational messages about successes in replicating data, it just seems to be a handful. Yet all of the public folders ahve the previous issue, only a few are in the app log with that error.
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by:maladyetz
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Fixed the issue. Went into the public folders from the Exchange 2003 server, even though they were not migrated, and mail enabled them. No more errors on either server when accessing the properties for the public folders.
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