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Posted on 2006-07-16
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I recently started getting these errors in the job log. "WARNING: "\\Server\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes\User [User]Top of Information StoreInbox
This file cannot verify or this file is corrupt."    It is just for one user's mailbox, but her email is working fine on the user side. It started happening when i changed her outlook to point to the exchange mailbox instead of using a .pst file. Any ideas?
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It is exchange 2003 and she is using outlook 2003. Also i am using Backup Exec 10d.
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You are doing mailbox backups.
The error message that you are getting is normal with mailbox backups and you will have to get used them.

With Exchange 2003 mailbox backups (aka brick level backups) are largely redundant. There is a feature of Exchange 2003 called the recovery storage group. Using that and the deleted item retention options in Exchange, you don't need to do a brick level backup.

Simon.
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