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Exchange connection error

Posted on 2008-06-10
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users on our network are not able to connect to the Exchange 5.5 server. When they press send/receive they get the error posted. I have tried rebooting the server and then restarting all exchange services to to avail. Logs show no service startup errors. Im not sure where to look next
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by:cshepfam
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Have you checked in Exchange system Manager to make sure your Mailbox Store is mounted?
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How do you check if the mailbox store is mounted in exchange 5.5?
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Close this question, Havent had a response since 6/10. I fixed the issue myself. Why no help from experts exchange?
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by:rmarshall82
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ICNTech, what was the solution, I am having the same issue, but with Exchange 2003, and Outlook 2003.
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It was a corrupt MTA database, I had to replace all MTA files with the ones on the Exchange 5.5 disk and use MTACheck to verify the new files.
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