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Hi, when running mfcmapi on a SBS2003 i got this error when i log on, 0x8004010F MAPI_E_NOT_FOUND I also get this error when running mfcmapi on another computer and connect to the same exchange server. I got the error on Row Type, Depth and on many PR_ proerties. I can connect to the exchange server and the postbox and public folder shows up. From Outlook client on another computer all is okey, but i have a program thats need to connect to the Exchange server with the cdo and thats not working and that program get the same error descriptions. Is there som way to cleanup the MAPI settings on a exchange server?

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pwb
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This seems to be more of permissions issue, which account are you using to log on with MFCMapi - does it have Exchange Administrator rights ? I would also ensure that the send as / receive as rights are also provided at the server / store level to the user.

Ref Link:
http://msexchangetips.blogspot.com/2006/08/using-mfcmapi-to-delete-exchange-temp.html

Also, to be on safer side check using OL can you access other user's profile.
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Its the Administrator account, and i can create the profile and everything. I can connect to the Exchange from Outlook on another server to that exchange server thats connected with the same domain administrator. Its only when running the mfcmapi and the other software i get this error.
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