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Windows 2000 Server.  Exchange 2000.  Backup Exec 9.0, GFI MailEssentials

This is the error message in the log:

Backup - \\2KSRV02\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes WARNING: "\\2KSRV02\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes\Julie Adams [jadams]Top of Information StoreDeleted ItemsŒ〰〰〰〰〴攳㌱㙥ㅢて㔳戴ぢ摣攵㘲㈰㑡㑡㥦㜰〰㉦搸㜴㤵㤷ㄷて㌴㡢昰㥦㘷㡦扦㜷㤶〰〰〰〰㜵㤲〰〰㉦搸㜴㤵㤷ㄷて㌴㡢昰㥦㘷㡦扦㜷㤶〰〰〰㐲㕤㘰〰〰[SPAM] - Fwd: V1codi\n # v|agR@ % :XANAX: ; Valiu.m. .S.oma > Pnterm.i.n xlrzzyussxmq - Bayesian Filter detected spam" is a corrupt file.
This file cannot verify.

I removed the Verify option from the backup job.  But it still is failing due to currupt files.  when search for the file with in the users outlook web access.  Some times i can locate it and then delete the file.  But this is a on going process.  Is there something else i can do?
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by:ZabagaR
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Hey -

My exchange server is 2000 SP3, it uses GFI MailEssentials (for spam only) and we use BackupExec 9.0 on it for backing up mailboxes and the entire store.
Also have symantec 8.0 corporate for anti-virus.

Does your error occur during a brick-level backup of mailboxes or when its backing up the entire store as a whole?

What do you use for anti-virus?  What does GFI do with spam-detected e-mails?

-Z-



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by:razotek
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Thanks for the quick response.  Let me add a little bit more info for you.

Windows 2000 sp4, Backup Exec 9.0 w/ Exchange Plugin, Exchange 2000, Symantec Corp 8.1, Symantec AVF for Exchange, GFI MailEssentials 9.

It looks like the error occures during the following:

Backup - \\2KSRV02\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes
Database or database element is corrupt

Also, Currently we have SPAM tagged to [SPAM] and then setup rules with in the users inbox to filter to a spam folder.  Then sorted and deleted.
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benoitt earned 125 total points
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I got exactly the same problem with the exactly same configuration,

Windows 2000 Server
Backup Exec 9 with Exchange plugins
Exchange 2000 sp3 with post roll up
Symantec Corp 8.1
Symantec AVF for Exchange
GFI Mailessential 9

I move the spam to a Spams folder instead of tagging the email..
The corrupt element are NOT spams.. so it's not related..
and it seems that now (today and yesterday i got the same error as you, i will keep looking to find a solutions and if i found something i let you know.

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