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Old 01-29-2009, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys long time reader first time poster.

I have a problem that is racking my brain severly.

I have a customer that uses an outside IT company for their server work. But I handle the BES side of their server. So anywho, something blew up their DHCP and they had to rebuild it (cant remember why exactly)

So i dont know if it was just coiencidence, or what but it blew up the BES server, after some playing around i finaly got all the services running again. But users were still not recieving email etc. Was getting a 5021 and 5003 error when trying to restart services.

So I reinstalled BES, restarted server, yay everything went smooth as butter. Still not working but it reinstalled fine.

So i go to even viewer (after realizing my ultra-fix fixed diddily)

Recieved these errors for each of the users-

{EMAIL Address} MAPIMailbox::CreateSearchFolder - Open Entry (0x80070005) failed

and

User "name" Not Started

I checked that error code and got nothing! Nothing i say! I have no idea where to go next. I have restarted the services multiple time, checked every consivable setting. Permissions for the BESadmin account are still there.

Please HALPZ!

seriously i need any thing you guys can think of before i drink my self into a coma.

THANKS!
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Ignore I fixed it somebody was playing on the server with permissions aparently......
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