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Posted on 2004-10-07
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My exchange 2000 server sent me an email last night:

"SKYCAPEXSRV01" has reported a "Warning".  Reported status is:
Queues - "Unknown"
Drives - "Warning"
Services - "OK"
Memory - "Unknown"
CPU - "OK"

It was from wmi@skycapexsrv01 - what exaclty does this mean?
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The problem is with your drives. One of them either has an error or is running out of space.
Exchange monitors the server it is on, looking at the hardware status (CPU, Memory and HD space) as well as the Exchange environment itself. Not quite sure how it can email you if there is a problem with one of the Exchange services, but there you go.

Simon.
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