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c1032751 exchange problem

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I keep getting this error message when searching for messages using exchange tracking sbs 2003, I have turned on tracking on the server properties already and restarted server, all exchange services are running apart for pop3

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As mentioned in my question, yes it is already enabled
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Whoops, sorry about that.  Any error messages in the server's event log?

Have you seen this thread?
http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/Exchange/microsoft.public.exchange.admin/2006-05/msg01798.html
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