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veritas exchange 2003  backup problem

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using veritas netbackup
we get the following error in the logs

ERR - failure reading file: Microsoft Information Store:\First Storage Group\FINANCE (BEDS 0xFFFFFEA9: 0xa000fea9 (2684419753)
can any one help please
thanks


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by:KerryG
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Assuming you are using 9.1, Under Tools, go to Veritas Update, install the 4691 Service Pack 1 and then the update to fix problems with Exchange.
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does thesame stand for netbackup 5.1
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Although http://seer.support.veritas.com/docs/269156.htm is about backup exec and not netbackup the status message is identical because it is parsed to the backup software via the Exchange backup API. The same troubleshooting steps should apply. You might find that individual mailbox backup still works since it uses a different API. Assuming it is a minor corruption you might be able to fix it by moving the mailbox contents to a PST, deleting the original mailbox and creating a new one and putting the contents back again.
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