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ExMerge Fails with multiple errors.

We are in the process of upgrading out Exchange 5.5 Servers to Exchange 2003.  We have been trying to use the ExMerge tool however, we continue to get MAPI failures.  Also, ExMerge is reporting my Exchange 5.5 server as an Exchange 4.x server.  I have included a copy of the ExMegre log file.  My question is, how do we correct these errors and get the process functioning properly?

Any help will be appreciated.


Start Logging:August 19, 2004   09:18:18
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[09:18:18] Logging Level: None
[09:18:18] Reading settings from file 'C:\Documents and Settings\User\Desktop\exmerge\Exmerge\EXMERGE.INI'.
[09:18:19] Error 8007203a opening an LDAP connection. ('LDAP://ServerName:3389/rootDSE')  (CADRoutines::GetNamingContextData)
[09:18:20] Error 8007054b opening an LDAP connection. ('LDAP://rootDSE')  (CADRoutines::GetNamingContextData)
[09:18:20] 'ServerName' is running Exchange Server 4.x
[09:18:20] Source server read from settings file is 'ServerName'.
[09:18:20] Invalid LDAP Port number entered in INI file (''). Ignoring this setting.
[09:18:20] Reading list of subjects for messages to be selected from file ''
[09:18:20] Reading list of attachment names for messages to be selected from file ''
[09:18:20] List of folders to be ignored has been read. 0 folders in the list.
[09:18:20] The file containing the list of mailboxes to be processed, 'C:\Documents and Settings\administrator\Desktop\exmerge\Exmerge\MAILBOXES.TXT' is missing or inaccessable. The filename was obtained from the FileContainingListOfMailboxes .INI file setting.
[09:18:20] Current machine locale ID is 0x409
[09:18:20] Operating System Version 5.1 (Build 2600)
[09:18:20] Incorrect registry value data type for 'Software\Microsoft\Exchange\Setup\ExchangeServerAdmin'.
[09:19:07] Error 8007203a opening an LDAP connection. ('LDAP://ServerName:3389/rootDSE')  (CADRoutines::GetNamingContextData)
[09:19:08] Error 8007203a opening an LDAP connection. ('LDAP://DomainController:3389/rootDSE')  (CADRoutines::GetNamingContextData)
[09:19:08] 'ServerName' is running Exchange Server 4.x
[09:19:53] Using attribute 'PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME' for date operations.
[09:19:53] Merging data into target store. The program will copy only those messages that do not exist in the target store.
[09:19:53] Associated folder data will NOT be copied to the target store.
[09:19:53] Using 'English (US)' (0x409) as the default locale (Code page 1252)
[09:19:53] All mailboxes will be processed, regardless of locale
[09:19:53] Using default locale for all mailboxes
[09:19:53] Initializing worker thread (Thread0)
[09:19:53] Copying data from mailbox 'Username' ('UserName') on Server 'ServerName' to file 'C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\username.PST'.
[09:19:53] Error initializing MAPI.
[09:19:53] Errors encountered. Copy process aborted for mailbox 'UserName' ('Username').
[09:19:53] MAPI has not been initialized (CMapiSession::DeleteOurProfile)
[09:19:53] Number of items copied from the source store for all mailboxes processed: 0
[09:19:53] Total number of folders processed in the source store: 0
[09:19:53] 0 mailboxes successfully processed. 1 mailboxes were not successfully processed. 0 non-fatal errors encountered.
[09:19:53] Process completion time: 00:00:00
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TinsleyC
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mikebernhardtCommented:
I'd suggest you post this question in http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/

You'll get a much better response there. This forum is for routing/switching/network type issues
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TinsleyCAuthor Commented:
Thank you Mike.  I was looking at the Routers area the other day and didn't realize that I was still there.
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