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I am running Exchange 2007 SP2.  I am getting tons of these events accross all of my exchange mailbox servers:
Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      MSFTESQL-Exchange
Event Category:      MSFTESQL Service
Event ID:      1053
Computer:      PRVPEX12
Description:
The system exception c0000005 was raised at 0000000077EF65CA. Stack:

Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      MSFTESQL-Exchange
Event Category:      MSFTESQL Service
Event ID:      64772
Computer:      PRVPEX12
Description:
The filter daemon process MSFTEFD exited unexpectedly. Here is the stack trace:

The only thing that I can find on this is this article, and we are already on it.  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/970311.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

Susan
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That kb is not very helpful.

Can you try disabling the index service and see if the error continues ?
If you are running indexing - check if it's running under local system account.

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Will disabling the services cause any issues other than new attachments not being indexed?  I would assume that the errors will stop when I disable it.
Thanks!
Susan
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Susan
Only thing that comes close is this Korean microsoft site.

You have to run this by google translate

http://translate.google.com/

and enter this url
http://blogs.technet.com/b/komessaging/archive/2008/11/21/understanding-exchange-2007-search-index-2.aspx

it may be a bug  (? not sure as it is hard to understand what the author means there)

But what you can do from that site is;
a) delete and recreate the index

Run this first to verify
get-mailboxdatabase "mailbox db name" | fl *index*
Check if indexing is enabled.

then you can stop indexing
Set-MailboxDatabase ' Mailbox Database Name '-IndexEnabled $False

then
cd $exscripts
and run
.#GetDatabaseForSearchIndex.ps1

Then reset it

.#ResetSearchIndex.ps1 -all

then try to monitor for events.

Post back if you have questions.
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