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The current command did not succeed.  The mail server responded: Command Error. 10

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Over a month ago we upgraded our users from Exchange 2003 to 2007. We have a few linux thunderbird users. So we allowed them connect via imap to the exchange 2007 server. One of our imap users are getting several pop-up messages in Thunderbird throught the day. The error message he would get is "The current command did not succeed.  The mail server responded: Command Error. 10".  Also, he gets the same error message when deleting email box items.

Anyone, have any suggestions on what we can do?
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Morne Lategan earned 2000 total points
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You might want to change the trash folder's name in thunderbird.

http://kb.mozillazine.org/IMAP_Trash_folder

Also, go to tools->Options->Advanced->Config Editor and set these settings to true:

mail.check_all_imap_folders_for_new
mail.imap.expunge_after_delete
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