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Hi ,

i have this error coming each minutes : IMAP4SVC    content Engine
error 0x7da occured while rendering message 0027-000005970bf4 for download user xxxx.xxxx@sunmedia.ca

any  ideas on this one thanks?
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Please use MFCMAPI to find the message which is causing the issue
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do i need to installed on the server exchange on localy on the user side ?
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On Exchange server. Refer http://support.microsoft.com/kb/906557
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