Mailbox Manager Errors

Posted on 2004-11-30
Last Modified: 2013-12-03
When I run the Mailbox Management process on our Exchange 2000 Post SP3 server, I am getting the following errors. The process completes successfully but no notification is able to be sent to me. Researching the errors, they say its most likely a permissions issue for the first error, which I can't seem to find any permission issues, and the second error is most likely because anonymous access it no selected for SMTP, which it is.
Any ideas?

Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      MSExchangeAL
Event Category:      LDAP Operations
Event ID:      8270
Date:            11/29/2004
Time:            9:55:30 AM
User:            N/A
Computer:      REMOVED
LDAP returned the error [10] No Such Attribute when importing the transaction
dn: <GUID=D42E25B627C92F4290EE05C5D9A78FBA>
changetype: Modify

And this error proceeds a couple of the last errors posted here,

Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      MSExchangeSA
Event Category:      Mailbox Management
Event ID:      9313
Date:            11/29/2004
Time:            10:20:23 AM
User:            N/A
Computer:      REMOVED
Microsoft Exchange Server Mailbox Manager failed to send the following message:
Subject: The Microsoft Exchange Server Mailbox Manager on REMOVED completed processing successfully.
Recipient: REMOVED
Error: c1050000

Question by:mmurfmis
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    Expert Comment

    by:Joekim24x7;en-us;q322062 said that the problem was corrected with SP3.  I suggest you try reapplying SP3.  My 2 cents.

    Author Comment

    Joe, thanks for your 2 cents and I have no problem trying to reapply the SP, but this KB also states that there is no error

    "No error message is logged in the Application event log"

    I am receiving an error, which I guess doesn't mean much. Each doc or newgroup post I see points to this SMTP anonymous access not selected, and I was testing some permissions since this hasn't worked. I think I may try to unselect it, restart SMTP, then reselect it then start smtp again.

    Or another thing I can remember happening was the network card went bad in this server a few months aga and I had to run some smtp repair utils for Exchange to get it going. Might be a metabase fix, not sure though.....

    Author Comment

    FYI, I didnt realize this was still open. I figured this one out. It turned out that because of the amount of users on the paticular Exchange server, the attachment was over the 5 Mb limit I set and it was not able to send the email.

    Geez, go figure....

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