microsoft exchange server error

Posted on 2004-11-10
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
this is an error I get when I try a send/receive in outlook

Task'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error(0x80040119): Unknown error 0x80040119.

I am running outlook 2003 and my server is w2k advance with exchange 5.5 running.

any thoughts?
Question by:bklynbound01
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    Expert Comment

    Looks like a corrupted .pst file possibly. Here's an MS article explaining that error. Are you not storing email on the Exchange server?
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    I ran into same problem on my machine.  It was a 3rd party addins.  Try outlook in safe mode and see if the same problem occurs.

    outlook.exe /safe

    Author Comment

    no pst's.  the mail is on an exchange 5.5 server.

    I don't think there iare any addon installed.  I will check.

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