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Active Sync Error 3005

Posted on 2008-10-31
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We experienced an Exchange email server outage last night. We have the server back up and running, however, users still cannot access email via wireless devices that use ActiveSync. We had to rebuild the virtual directory, following which we started receiving error messages such as the one described below. Any insights as to whether we missed a setting, a permissions issue is off, etc. would be appreciated!

We also had a lot of 7200 errors and 3007 warnings before the active sync issues started.

Date: 10/31/2008
Time: 9:12:40 AM
Type: Error
User: INSCOPE\jcelano
Computer: HUMMER_H1
Source: Server ActiveSync
Category: None
Event ID: 3005
Description:
Unexpected Exchange mailbox Server error: Server: [hummer_h1.inscope.ds.corp.com] User: [jcelano@inscopesolutions.com] HTTP status code: [409]. Verify that the Exchange mailbox Server is working correctly.

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Our Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync folders and OMA Sync Folders in IIS on our Exchange server are empty. Should they contain any files?
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