When doing a backup of my Exchange server using BE 2010 (yes I have the Exchange agent), I get the following job-fail error:
"The Logon account you specified must correspond to a unique mailbox.%nFor example "admin" isn't unique if there is an "administrator" account."
- "An error was encountered while attempting to browse the contents of \\SERVER\Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes. The Logon account you specified must correspond to a unique mailbox. For example "admin" isn't unique if there is an "administrator" account."
After the first time I saw this error, I studied the Vertias support doc here:
and then created a totally unique user name in AD, gave it a mailbox, and used it to run all of the appropriate BE services, confirmming that it (as a Domain Admin) had all of the credential needed for the job.
After last nights job, I got the same error.
Is there something else I'm missing? The error message refers to the logon account for the job, but is there anyplace I can dig down further to see if there is any problems with specific mailboxes?
I can't seem to get any more info, and I've found nothing else on line?
Also, after last night's fail, I logged into my new account and sent/and recieved email, just in case the new account mailbox wasn't seen as 'active' yet.
If the issue is unknown non-unique mailboxes, what is the best method of identifying them?
Thanks for any ideas!