How does one user mailbox not update without rebooting Exchange Server 2010?

Posted on 2011-10-13
Last Modified: 2012-07-10
I have one user mailbox in Exchange 2010 that cannot update inbox etc. without rebooting the Exchange server?
Question by:DA40Pilot
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    1> Is this a new user ?
    2> If its old user and previosly it was working fine then please check its mailbox limit ?
    3> Is OWA working for that user ?
    4> Try to recreate his outlook profile.
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    Accepted Solution

    Can I just clarify... When your user tries to access his mailbox.. the exchange server reboots? That should not be possible under any curcumstance. If so I would recommend looking into issues with the Exchange server itself. Possibly an overheating issue or hardware failure. No workstation should be able to remotely reboot a server without admin rights at the very least.

    - Check the event logs and post results
    - Check c:\windows\minidump for post any results
    - Also install your motherboards diag tools if there are any to check tte temp etc..

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