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Priv1.stm time stamp is not changing

Posted on 2008-09-30
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we are using exchange 2000 server, the problem is that transaction file were not removing from mdbdata folder after the full backup, i have restarted the information store the logs are removed but now only PRIV1.edb file time stamp is changing other database file like priv1.stm and other file time stamp is not changing,
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Is Exchange working?  The .STM files will only update if exchange data is stored in them.  If you have OWA, use that to send and open an email.  The .STM file should udpate then.

Your Pub1.edb and stm files is for your public folders.  Create an item in your public folder and the date should change.

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our netbackup server was taking backup with status 1 because it was unable to take backup of some mails from two mailboxes, because of the transaction files were not getting deleted, so i have deleted those mails from mailboxes and taken backup all the transaction logs are removed by that full backup
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