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Unable to Send mail using Outlook / Exchange possible synch issues

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I'm looking for some suggestions to do exchange troubleshooting when it doesn't work.  Currently I am unable to send, but I am still receiving.  It is not a network related issue as Exchange seems to use the same connection to send/receive and I've checked the firewall and nothing is being blocked and netstat is showing the connection as established on both ends.

21:56:05 Synchronizer Version 12.0.6315
21:56:05 Synchronizing Mailbox 'USERNAME''
21:56:05 Synchronizing Hierarchy
21:56:05 Terminated in error
21:56:05              [80040111-520-80040111-921]
21:56:05              Microsoft Exchange is currently busy.  If this message is still displayed in 30 minutes, contact your Exchange administrator.
21:56:05              Microsoft Exchange Information Store
21:56:05              For more information on this failure, click the URL below:
21:56:05              http://www.microsoft.com/support/prodredirect/outlook2000_us.asp?err=80040111-520-80040111-921
21:56:05 Microsoft Exchange offline address book
21:56:05 Download successful
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Wondering if the .ost is corrupt. Have you taken Outlook out of cached mode and tried it? If you haven't, but do and it works (mouth full), delete the profile and create a new one.
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took it out of cached mode and still can't send
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Outlook > Tools > Account Settings > Repair. If that doesn't help, you might want to delete the profile and create a new one.
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Try to delete the .SRS file in that folder C:\Documents and Settings\%USername%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
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How about using Outlook Web Access on the same machine and check if you are able to send - just to segregate this is an OL issue and not your mailbox / server issue.
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Hi,
Please restart the  Microsoft Exchange Information Store and Microsoft Exchange System Attendant" Services on Exchange Serfver
Thanks
Nitin
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by:LrdKanien
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thanks for trying guys...I ended up having to blow out the OST and start the profile over.
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hahahah hope that was not out of sheer frustration - well glad to have assisted.
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