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exchange sbs 2003 - error 1022

Posted on 2009-05-18
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Hi,

I'm getting a event 1022 in my event log since about a week ago. I believe this is to do with a bad block on my hard drive as the information store mounts for a few minutes and then dismounts itself with the event id in question.

I've run eseutil /mh on the database and the result was 'clean shutdown state'. Does this mean that the database itself is ok? I've tried moving the database to another hdd and it won't let me. I've also tried exporting the mailboxes from the db using exmerge but it will just freeze and not do anything at all.
 
Are there any other eseutil switches I can use to get the database in a working state as I've tried restoring both of my available backups from ntbackup and neither works unfortunately?

Is my only option creating a new database and losing all the mail?

TIA

Pbrane
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To be on the safer side, lets ask users to take PSTs on their local machines from client Outlook.
Also if you could move offline co[py of the database successfulyl, then using ADSIEDit the path could be changed later.
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