Exchange Server 2003 MSExchange Transport Error


The following error is showing up in our Exchange Server 2003 event log:

Source: MSExchange Transport
Category: Routing Engine/Service
Event: 929
User: N/A

Failed in reading Connector's DS Info Process Id: 3160 Process location: C:\WINDOWS\system32\inetsrv\inetinfo.exe ConnectorDN: CN=Internet Mail SMTP Connector (XXXX-MAIL),CN=Connections,CN=MYCOMPANY,CN=Routing Groups,CN=MYCOMPANY,CN=Administrative Groups,CN=XXXX,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=MYCOMPANY,DC=local Hr:80040920 Attribute:[]

Can someone please assist me in determining the cause of this and how to resolve it.

Thank you so much in advance,

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The event 929 is related to the connectors.
You have to remove this manually using ADSI Edit.
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