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1. ran eseutil /g pub1.edb
    - warning: Database is not up to date...
2. ran eseutil /r pub1.edb
    - operation terminated with error -1003

any help? thanks!

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by:OneHump
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Froggy, why are you running eseutil on your pub?  :)

Also, can you please give the complete error when defragging?

Anything in your event log?

OneHump
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by:froggy_bill
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It won't mount... 'internal processing error. try restarting the system manager...id number c1041724'
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Here are a couple articles for you:

"ID No: c1041724" Error Message and Event ID 491 When You Try to Mount the Mailbox or the Public Store
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;823022

XADM: Error c1041724 When You Try to Mount Exchange 2000 Server Databases (284205)
https://premier.microsoft.com/premier/library/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;284205

**Careful with this one**
XADM: Public Store May Not Mount (c1041724) (253226)
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;253226   

I would hesitate to run eseutil to repair a database unless there is something specific you are after.  A restore is always preferable when possible.

Let me know how those articles work out for you or if you have any questions.

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by:froggy_bill
ID: 10825978
Unfortunately the public folder conatains information I need, however, I do a secondary E2k server with that information. Can I somehow remove (i.e. copy) the pub1.* file off, and then just recreate them with a replication from the other server?
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by:OneHump
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Not following you.   You say the information in the bad pub is in another public folder store as well?  If so, are these servers in the same Org?  

Don't do this yet, but if the above info is correct, I'll probably suggest that you move your bad pub off to another drive and then mount your public store.  That will create a new one.  You can then replicate the data over from the other server.  Piece of cake.  I can give you details, if required, once I have the whole story.  :)

OneHump
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by:froggy_bill
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yes, the bad pub is the first server in a two server storage group in the same org. So I can just move the pub1.edb file off to another drive, and it the server will recreate it ( a blank one?).
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by:froggy_bill
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The only caveat is that the Free/Busy object was NOT replicated over to the second server yet...
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by:racosta70
ID: 11051563
I'm STILL having problems with mounting the public folder store.  I receive the same error
each time.  I've tried articles: 312872, 823017, 316709 and 827283.
Nothing is working PLEASE HELP!
The error is: The store could not be mounted because the Active Directory
information was not replicated yet.
The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service could not find the
specified object. ID no:c1041722

In the event viewer I received the following error
message:
Error 0x8004010f starting database "First Storage
Group\9F9...." on the Microsoft Exchange Information
Store.

I have change the permission according to article
823022.  I can't place my finger on it but it's like
there is something with AD or IIS that's stopping my from
mounting the public store database.  
Here are the rights:
Administrators: Full Control
Authenticated Users: Read and Execute, List Folder
Contents, Read
Creator Owner: None
Server Operators: Modify, Read and Execute, List Folder
Contents, Read, Write
System: Full Control

In the event viewer I see this error message:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: MSExchangeIS
Event Category: General
Event ID: 9519
Date: 8/30/2000
Time: 9:17:35 AM
User: N/A
Computer: Server
Description: Error 0x80004010f starting database "First
Storage Group\%GUID% (Server)" on the Microsoft Exchange
Information Store.

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