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Exchange Event ID 1025 EcFudgeResults??

I'm getting this error all the sudden in my event log on my exchange 2000 server.  IT happens about 3 to 5 times a minuete.  Can't find a whole lot on this exact error.
Event Type:      Warning
Event Source:      MSExchangeIS Mailbox Store
Event Category:      General
Event ID:      1025
Date:            7/26/2007
Time:            2:09:36 PM
User:            N/A
Computer:      MN01AS0015
Description:
An error occurred on database "First Storage Group\First Name A-D".
 Function name or description of problem: EcFudgeResults
Error: 0x8004010f

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jwphillips80Commented:
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stamperbAuthor Commented:
Ok his resolution 1 says to grant the self account to the system mailbox.  BUT it doesn't say how to do this?  I have 3 exchange servers and this is happening on all 3 of them!  I don't have issues with mail queueing up.  The only other app that would be submitting mail to exchange would be maybe the Blackberry Enterprise server and the time is right on the server.  
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stamperbAuthor Commented:
OK so i've been able to grant self the access to the system mailbox for all my stores.  The issue still occurs.  It would appear that this message gets logged every time an email is sent from 1 exchange user to another.  I've tested sending mail to another user in the same store I'm in and in another store and right after I send it the error shows up in the log.
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jwphillips80Commented:
Did you try checking the system time on all three Exchange boxes to see that they were correct?  Then checking to see if the BES system time was identical?
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stamperbAuthor Commented:
Your initial response was correct. I ended up calling Microsoft only to get told that after adding the SELF account read, write, associated external account to the system mailbox for each store a restart of the services was not enough and that I should restart the servers themselves.  
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jwphillips80Commented:
Glad to see you got it solved.  I should have reminded you to restart the servers.  
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