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MsExchangeFBpublish and Emsabp.dll error in Exchange 2000

Since BES (Blackberry server) has been installed i have some error in event logs

MsExchangeFBpublish Event ID 8197 and Emsabp.dll ID 565

As per MS notes found on google, FB (free busy) publish error may be caused by a dismounted store or a directory service (dir.edb) located in DSADATA.  The store is running fine since many year, and there is no dir.edb file nor dsatata directory.  However i found a datastore.edb file somewhere else on the OS`s disk partition.  I don't know if it was an old Active directory`s sync tool or if exchange still using this file, does it?

For the Emsabp.dll it look like a CDO/MAPI related error. I also have a doubt that this module may cause calendar synch problem on the BES server.  Using the winmsd tool, i can see that mapi library is loaded in memory but the CDO isn't there.  I am curious to know if it should or not???  Is there any folk running an exchange server who may tell me if his server show the CDO as loaded?

Any help or idea regarding the 2 events will be appreciated.

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Danny_Larouche
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aa230002Commented:
In case, your Exchange server 2000 is running on a Cluster and if you have Windows NT 4.0 domain and trust established with your AD domain. This might be the case for 8197.
"Event 8197" Error Message Is Logged Repeatedly in the Application Event Log
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828764/en-us

Please check the hex Code given in the description of the Event ID.

Also have a look at these two KBs ->
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/271410/en-us
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/918006/en-us

Make sure that your Exchange server 2000 is updated with all service packs and roll ups available from MS and also check for any updates for Blackberry.

Thanks,
Amit Aggarwal.

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