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Fixing 'Unable to Mount the Mailbox Store with error c104173c …' error in Exchange Server

01st July 2010
Information store is the most vital component of Microsoft Exchange. When the Exchange Server is hit by corruption issues, information store also gets affected. It is made up of four database files viz Priv1.edb, Priv1.stm, Pub1.edb and Pub1.stm. When cor... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

Restoring corrupt EDB file in MS Exchange Server 2007

28th June 2010
MS Exchange Server is the server side of the client-server, collaborative application from Microsoft. It ably provides standard email features such as emails, contacts, notes, tasks, calendar items, etc. In addition, it provides you the option to access E... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

Resolving Buffer Dependencies Error in Exchange Server

27th April 2010
Exchange Server buffer dependencies are structures that reduce the amount of data to be placed in log files during a B-tree merge or split. When ESE (Extensible Storage Engine) saves data on the Information Store database, recording the changes in the dat... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Tips To Resolve - Could not start Microsoft Information Service...

22nd April 2010
Microsoft Information Store is the core database that consists of both public folders and mailbox store. The store uses a transaction-based technology service to access all its data. To start this services, the user needs to type 'services.msc' in 'Run', ... Read >
Author: Axel Culver

How to Perform Exchange Recovery Post E00.log Corruption?

24th March 2010
The transaction log of first storage group in Exchange Server is E00.log, which is renamed and then closed with a consecutive number once it gets full. Since this is the only file that is active and being written to, it can easily get 'torn writes'. A 'to... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Resolving Exchange Mailbox Store Error c104173c

24th March 2010
Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store is comprised of four basic database files: Priv1.edb, Priv1.stm, Pub1.edb, and Pub1.stm. When the Information Store is corrupted, typically one or both of the EDB files, which are located in Program FilesExchsrv... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Fixing “Service-specific error 0 (0x0)” Error Message

18th March 2010
Sometimes, when a user attempts to connect to Microsoft Exchange Server, s/he is unable to do so. This may occur due to numerous reasons, like network problems, synchronization issues, and mailbox corruption. In such cases, since a user is unable to conne... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

Error c1041724 Mounting Exchange Server Database

09th December 2009
Exchange Server databases' transactions are temporarily stored in transaction log files. At times, you need to remove these files manually, usually when the disk runs out of space or the circular logging is disabled. If you come to such situations, it is ... Read >
Author: Bob Luis

How to Handle Information Store Corruption on Exchange Server in Single Site - EDB Recovery

06th September 2009
Database corruption in Microsoft Exchange Server is a very common occurrence. When it happens, the Information Store is one among the most usually affected components. The corruption takes place in generally in Pub1.edb or Priv1.edb files of Microsoft Exc... Read >
Author: Esher
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