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I get this message on Exchange 2003 application events when I try to send a messages from 2010 user,  " Failed to create a new named property for database....." for one of my databases."  The current quota is 8192. I inceased the quota to 16000, still getting this messages. The user on 2010 gets a messages failed to send recipient address not found,

Has anyone had this issue?

Thanks
Dave
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by:AshwinRaj111
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I guess you followed the following article.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=820379

After making the registry change hope you restarted the Information Store Service for the settings to take effect.
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by:Network IT
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Hello AshwinRaj111:

Thanks for your respond, I did try that solution and no luck.

But what I can tell you..I can send emails from OWA (on Exchange 2010) to users on Exchange 2003. But can not send them emails from Outlook (application) from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2003. A user on Exchange 2010 can send to users on 2010 with Outlook.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Dave
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by:AshwinRaj111
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What about Exchange 2003 Users. Are they able to send emails to each other.
Also are they able to send emails to Exchange 2010 users using Outlook and OWA.

What about Outlook in Online Mode. For a Exchange 2010 user in Online Mode try sending an email to Exchange 2003.
See if that works.

Also try moving a Exchange 2010 user to another Database and see if the user from Outlook is able to send emails.
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I got it to work..

Not only did I have to do this:

How to Configure Named Properties and Replica Identifier Quotas for Exchange 2003/2007 Databases



To use Registry Editor to configure quotas for named properties and replica identifiers for an Exchange 2003/2007 database

1.     Start Registry Editor, and then connect to the registry of the server where the database that you want to configure resides.

 

2.     Locate the following registry subkey:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeIS\<Server Name>\<Database Type-GUID>

The database type will be Private for a mailbox database and Public for a public folder database.

Database Type-GUID can be found in Mailboxes of the Mailbox store under mailbox name SMTP or SystemMailbox (EXCH--{00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000})

For example, assume that you have a mailbox database named Mailbox Database 1 with GUID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000 on the Exchange server Server01. To configure quotas for this mailbox database, locate the following registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeIS\Server01\Private-00000000-0000-0000-0000-00000000

3.     Configure the quota for the named properties. To do this, follow these steps:

a.     Right-click <Database Type-GUID>, and then select New | DWORD value.

b.     Name the new DWORD value Named Props Quota.

c.     Right-click Named Props Quota, and then click Modify.

d.     In the Value data text box, enter a positive integer between 1 and 0x7FFF, and then click OK.

Suggested new value for Exchange 2003 is 16384 in decimal.

5.    Configure the quota for the non-MAPI named properties. To do this, follow these steps:

a.   Right-click <Database Type-GUID>, and then select New | DWORD value.

b.   Name the new DWORD value NonMAPI Named Props Quota.

c.    Right-click NonMAPI Named Props Quota, and then click Modify.

d.   In the Value data text box, enter a positive integer between 1 and 0x7FFF, and then click OK.

      Suggested new value for Exchange 2003 is 16384 in decimal.

5.    Configure the quota for the replica identifiers. To do this, follow these steps:

a.   Right-click <Database Type-GUID>, and then select New | DWORD value.

b.   Name the new DWORD value Replids Quota.

c.    Right-click Replids Quota, and then click Modify.

d.   In the Value data text box, enter a positive integer between 1 and 0x7FFF, and then click OK.

      Suggested new value for Exchange 2003 is 16384 in decimal.

6.   Dismount the database for which you configured the named properties and replica identifiers quotas. For detailed steps about dismounting databases, see How to Dismount a Database.

7.   Remount the database. For detailed steps about mounting databases, see How to Mount a Database.
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But had to also did this as well:
changed the quota for NonMAPI Names Props from 8192 to 16384 on the Exchange 2003 server, restarted the Exchange Information Store service.

Thanks for your help - AshwinRaj111
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by:Network IT
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But changing the the three Reg files to 16000, this fixed the issues.
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