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Information store in Recovery Mode

Posted on 2006-07-13
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Anyone know how to get an Exchange 2003 information store on Server 2003 out of recovery mode?  I have an end user who uses outlook profiles to access mailboxes.  When he tries to open the mailboxes he gets a prompt that the information store is in recovery mode and does he want to connect or not.  He can connect and it seems to work fine.  There are only a few mailboxes on this server and when you try to use Outlook Web Access it just hangs and wont let you get to the email.  This happens to old accounts and new accounts.  It seems that Active Directory is working but the info store on that one server is not working properly.  The server was rebooted yesterday afternoon FYI.
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That usually means a problem with the Outlook profile. Recreate the Outlook profile and see if that resolves the problem.

Simon.
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Easy points for you!!
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