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Exchange 2007 Meetings, Appointments not being sent to the Recipients

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Just recently our Exchange Server has stopped sending Outlook meeting invites and appointments to the recipients. Now we have tried sending test ones to other people on the network, off the network, and to one's self to no avail. Everything points to the Exchange Server being the issue. We traced down a warning message that gets generated when the delivery fails. See the attached file.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Are all services running ?
Did you try running EXBPA and check for any issues ?
Have you tried restarting the server and check ?

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by:wegee2
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Yes we ran EXBPA and not issues were showed. All the services are running.  We restarted the services but the issue still persist.

Thank You,
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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How many DB's do we have and is this single server environment ?

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One Mailbox Database for all mailboxes
One Archive Database
One Public Folder Database
One Spambox Database for our spam appliance.

Yes it is a single server environment.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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So you still can create one more DB for testing .... create new DB move 3-4 users and check with them if works the DB has issues

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Testing that suggestion will let you know the results.
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Yes the issue is the database.  Why a database would become corrupted from one day to another ?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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If your DB's are on the same Storage\Disk have it health check or it even could be specific DB corruption if you have some AV and dont have Exclusions set

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So I should exclude the database drive to be scanned by my AV?
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