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How can i find out if my exchange store has dismounted?

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Hi.... my company subscribes to a service which monitors running services on out customers servers and reports if any service is in a state it should not be.  i need to be able to tell when an exchange information store has dismounted (before the customer rings me!)  is a there a specific service i can monitor?  if not does any one have any ideas as to how i could do this...

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You will be hard pressed to know before the users if the store dismounts.
Dismounts during the day are unusual, that would usually be caused by the information store failing. Most monitoring services use WMI calls on the store status.

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Can you set up a mailbox connection test? MOM has this capability. Also the Event App log with have errors 9175 when the stores are dismounted.
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