Outlook 2007 cannot open folders

Posted on 2010-01-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
None of our workstations can open Exchange server folders. Was working fine last week. I noticed that the server C drive is just about full. Any ideas?
Question by:webdork
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    by:Glen Knight
    If the server C drive is full then the Information Store has probably dismounted.

    Can you check in Exchange Management Console under Server Configuration and see if the store is mounted.  If its not try and mount it what happens?  To mount it right click on it and select mount
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    Also check what is taking up the space?

    Check the properties of the Information Store to see where it is stored.  Check this location, is it full of log files? If it is perform a full backup of the Exchange Information Store using Windows Backuo, this will flush the logs.


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