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February 2007 Documentation Update Notes

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-01-23

The following topics are new:

  • Exchange Server Analyzer articles
    • ADAM not Installed on the Local Computer
    • Database Recovery
    • ESE 454 -515: Missing Required Transaction Log File
    • ESE 455 -1811 (0xfffff8ed): Missing Current (Exx.log) Transaction Log File
    • Long-latency MAPI operations found
    • Long-running MAPI 'FindRow' operation
    • Long-running MAPI operation
    • Long-running MAPI 'SaveChangesMessage' operation
    • MSExchangeIS 1003: Insufficient Free Space Remaining on Exchange Database Drive
    • MSExchangeIS 1088: Cannot mount database because of invalid legacyExchangeDN
    • MSExchangeIS 5000 (0x3f5): Invalid Service Account Configured for the Information Store Service
    • MSExchangeIS 5000 (0x80004005): Cannot Mount Database Because of Incorrect Service Account or Missing SeSecurityPrivilege Permissions or Incorrect Group Membership
    • MSExchangeIS 5000 (0x8004010f): Cannot Mount Database Because of Incorrect Permissions or Invalid Characters in the Organization Name
    • MSExchangeIS 5000 (0x80040154): Missing or Corrupted SMTP Service Extensions
    • MSExchangeIS 5000 (0xc004038a): Cannot Mount Database Because of Incorrect Permissions or Deleted Routing Group
    • MSExchangeIS 9518 (0xfffff745): Unable to Create or Access TMP Files
    • MSExchangeIS 9518 (0xfffff764): Missing or Inaccessible Streaming File
    • MSExchangeIS 9518 (0xfffffc01): Incorrect Database or Transaction Log Drive or Directory
    • MSExchangeIS 9518 (0xfffffd9a): Missing Checkpoint File, and More Than 1,008 Transaction Log Files Exist
    • MSExchangeIS 9518 (0xfffffddc): Exceeded the Maximum Number of Transaction Logs Available for this Storage Group
    • MSExchangeIS 9518 (0xfffffea8): Mismatched Database Time Stamp in the Database File
    • MSExchangeIS 9519 (0x3f3): Unchecked "This database can be overwritten by a restore" Check Box After Restore
    • MSExchangeIS 9519 (0xfffff05b): Database or Logs Compressed on a Server Running Exchange Server 2000 SP3 or Higher
    • MSExchangeIS 9519 (0xfffffa84): Missing or Corrupted Database Indexes
    • MSExchangeIS 9519 (0xfffffb3a): Detected Multiple Databases With Same Signature In Use
    • MSExchangeIS 9519 (0xfffffbda): Missing Double Byte Character Set Locale Configured as the Default System Locale
    • MSExchangeIS 9519 (0xfffffe07): Unable to Mount Database Due to Running Backup Process
    • Write-Back Cache Not Enabled
  • Microsoft Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter v2 Operations Guide
    • How to Create a Connection Filtering Rule
    • How to Create an Intelligent Message Filter
    • How to Enable Connection Filtering
    • How to Enable Intelligent Message Filtering
    • How to Specify IP Address Configuration Data for Connection Filtering
    • How to Specify IP Address Configuration Data for Sender ID Filtering
    • How to Specify Sender ID Filtering Options

The following topics have been updated for this release:

  • Administration Guide for Exchange Server 2003
    • Managing Mailbox Stores and Public Folder Stores
    • Tools That Are Used with Exchange
  • Exchange 2003 Disaster Recovery Operations Guide
    • Repairing Exchange Databases
  • Exchange Server Client Access Guide
    • How to Specify a Mobile Operator for Up-to-Date Notifications on a Device
  • Exchange Server Deployment Guide
    • How to Create an Answer File for Running Unattended Exchange Setup
    • Upgrading from Exchange 2000 Server to Exchange Server 2003
  • Exchange Server Transport and Routing Guide
    • How to Use Nslookup to Verify MX record configuration
  • Technical Reference Guide for Exchange Server 2003
    • How to Enable Diagnostics Logging for the SMTP Service in Exchange System Manager
  • Using Recovery Storage Groups in Exchange Server 2003
    • Exchange 2003 Transaction Log File Considerations
  • What Is New in Exchange Server 2003
    • Storage Features of Exchange Server 2003
  • Microsoft Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter v2 Operations Guide
    • Understanding Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter
    • Configuring and Enabling Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter
    • Customizing Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter
    • Updating the Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter
    • Planning Your Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter
    • Monitoring and Troubleshooting Exchange Server Intelligent Message Filter
  • Exchange Server Analyzer articles
    • A Secure Sockets Layer Certificate Will be Expiring Soon
    • Aging Clean Interval for a mailbox store is non-default
    • Aging Keep Time interval for database is non-default
    • All versions of Outlook are allowed to access the server
    • ASP.NET Rootver is damaged
    • At least one corrupted message has been identified
    • Background Cleanup for a mailbox store is non-default
    • Background Cleanup interval for a mailbox store is missing
    • Background Cleanup interval for a public folder store is missing
    • Cannot remove public folder database
    • Certificate Principal Mismatch
    • Checkpoint file placement
    • Circular logging is disabled
    • Circular logging is enabled
    • Client/Server RPC compression is disabled
    • Consider implementing storage quotas
    • Custom public folder referral list
    • Database Aging Keep Time interval has been modified from default
    • Database and log files stored on same disk volume
    • Databases in this storage group are set to zero pages during backup
    • Default public folder store is remote
    • Deletion Thread Period for a mailbox store is non-default
    • Disable MAPI clients warning
    • DSAccess configuration cache value is non-default
    • DSNs are currently being rendered as messages
    • ESE 428 (0xfffff8f0): Insufficient Free Space Remaining on Transaction Log Drive
    • ESE Maximum open tables has been hard-coded
    • Exchange database files are being written to a compressed folder
    • Exchange database files are being written to a non-NTFS partition
    • Exchange database files are being written to an encrypted folder
    • Exchange database online maintenance schedule is set to Never
    • Exchange resident on domain controller that is not a global catalog server
    • Exchange transaction logs are being written to a non-NTFS partition
    • Exchange transaction logs are written to a compressed folder
    • Exchange transaction logs are written to an encrypted folder
    • Global Catalog NSPI port has been overridden
    • Ignore Bad Oof Rule registry parameter has been set
    • IIS 6.0 MaxFieldLength parameter not set correctly
    • IIS 6.0 MaxRequestBytes parameter not set correctly
    • IMAIL exception handling has been manually disabled
    • Initial memory percentage has been set
    • Journaling recipient is not valid
    • Journaling recipient points to a deleted object
    • Journaling recipient points to a disabled account
    • Journaling recipient points to the local server
    • Journaling recipient should be hidden
    • LimitEmbeddingDepth parameter has been manually set
    • LimitRecipients parameter has been manually set
    • Log buffers may not be sufficient for servers with large numbers of mailboxes that are running Exchange Server 2003
    • Mailbox Cache Age Limit has been set
    • Mailbox Store Database size limit has been set
    • Mailbox store has not had a full backup in more than 60 days
    • Mailbox store has not had a full backup in more than 8 days
    • Mailbox store online maintenance schedules overlap
    • Mailbox store prohibit send and receive limits are too similar
    • Mailbox store will not mount on startup
    • Maximum attachment per message submission has been changed
    • Maximum incoming message size has not been set
    • Maximum incoming message size is set too high (>30MB)
    • Maximum incoming message size maybe set too low (<1MB)
    • Maximum open folder objects per logon has been changed
    • Maximum open folder views per logon has been changed
    • Maximum open message objects per logon has been changed
    • Maximum Polling Frequency is non-default
    • MaxOpenMessagesPerLogon has been set
    • Message tracking logs are being written to a compressed folder
    • Message tracking logs are being written to a non-NTFS partition
    • Message tracking logs are being written to an encrypted folder
    • Message-only journaling is enabled
    • MTA data files are being written to a non-NTFS partition
    • MTA data files are being written to an encrypted folder
    • Offline address book is not associated with a particular mailbox store
    • Online defragmentation has been disabled
    • Port conflict: Store HTTP
    • Port conflict: Store TCP
    • Port conflict: System Attendant HTTP
    • Port conflict: System Attendant HTTP NSPI
    • Port conflict: System Attendant NSPI
    • Port conflict: System Attendant RFR
    • Public folder store has not had a full backup in more than 60 days
    • Public folder store has not had a full backup in more than 8 days
    • Public folder store will not mount on start-up
    • Recovery storage group enabled
    • Recovery storage group functionality disabled
    • Reserve increment size set
    • Reverse DNS lookups have been enabled in the metabase but not on the associated SMTP server in the Active Directory
    • RPC binding does not match DNS resolved name
    • RPC Compression Minimum Size is non-default
    • Server is a Virtual PC
    • Single global catalog is present in topology
    • Store HTTP port is below 5000
    • Store working directory is missing or incorrect
    • Store: HTTP port is non-default
    • Suppress out-of-office messages to distribution lists has been set
    • System Attendant HTTP NSPI port is below 5000
    • System Attendant HTTP port is below 5000
    • System Attendant legacyExchangeDN value is missing
    • System Attendant NSPI port has been manually overridden
    • System Attendant service is not running as LocalSystem
    • System Attendant: HTTP port value is non-default
    • The Edge Transport role cannot be installed on the local computer
    • The Exchange Database exceeds 100 GB in size
    • The Exchange Information Store service is not configured to run as LocalSystem
    • The Exchange Information Store service is not running
    • The Exchange Store TCP/IP port has been manually overridden
    • The Exchange System Attendant service is not running
    • The legacyExchangeDN for this Exchange database does not correspond to the Exchange server
    • The LegacyExchangeDN for this Exchange server does not match the parent administrative group
    • The LegacyExchangeDN for this Exchange server is invalid
    • The legacyExchangeDN value is missing from this Exchange database
    • The local computer is a domain controller of a child domain
    • The local computer is already running Exchange Server
    • The Network News Transport Service is currently installed
    • The schema master is running Windows 2000 Server
    • The Simple Mail Transport Protocol is currently installed
    • The SMTP AdditionalPoolThreadsPerProc registry value has been manually set
    • The SMTP GlitchRetrySeconds registry value has been manually set
    • The SMTP IgnorePFTimeLimit registry value has been manually set
    • The SMTP MaxDSNSize value has been manually set
    • The SMTP MaxPercentPoolThreads registry value has been manually set
    • The SMTP MsgHandleAsyncThreshold registry value has been manually added but may no longer be needed
    • The threshold value that controls how many times a corrupted message is allowed to pass through the store has been changed
    • There are more than 900 connectors in a Routing Group
    • There is a discrepancy with the fully-qualified domain name setting between the Active Directory and metabase
    • This Exchange server is also a domain controller, which is not a recommended configuration
    • This server has 1 GB or more of physical memory and HeapDeCommitFreeBlockThreshold has not been set to 262144
    • Tracing has been enabled on the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service for all users
 
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