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MSExchange OWA Event ID 99

Posted on 2010-09-22
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For one user in our organization, I'm receiving this message every 5 mins in the event log;
MSExchange OWA Event ID 99
The messaging notifications payload size has grown too large for user "username". The notifications infrastructure is either not picking up the payload or is too slow in picking up the payload.

Any ideas?
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updating with rollup 4 and a reboot seems to have fixed this warning in the event log.
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It would be nice to know what causes this to log in the event viewer? If there is an issue with the users mailbox. I have this for one user and I will install rollup 5 once it has been out for a while. I refused to install rollup 4 and is fix for rollup 4 because of the issues reported.
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