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  • Exchange 2003 issue--- Event Id:1025, Source:MSExchangeIS Mailbox

    Hi All,

    I m receiving following warnings frequently on my Exchange Server 2003 under Application Events (For all Storage Groups).

    An error occured on database "First Storage Group\First Mailbox Store".
    Function name of description of problem: EcGenerateNRN(ReadReport):

    Error: 0x80070005
    Source: MSExchangeIS Mailbox
    Event Id: 1025
    Type: Warning

    Does anyone have any idea of why this may be happening and what would be the impact?

    regards,
    sukhi...

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    Re: Exchange 2003 issue--- Event Id:1025, Source:MSExchangeIS Mailbox

    C:\err\Err>err 80070005
    # for hex 0x80070005 / decimal -2147024891 :
    COR_E_UNAUTHORIZEDACCESS corerror.h
    # MessageText:
    # Access is denied.
    DIERR_OTHERAPPHASPRIO dinput.h
    DIERR_READONLY dinput.h
    DIERR_HANDLEEXISTS dinput.h
    DSERR_ACCESSDENIED dsound.h
    ecAccessDenied ec.h
    ecPropSecurityViolation ec.h
    MAPI_E_NO_ACCESS mapicode.h
    STIERR_READONLY stierr.h
    STIERR_NOTINITIALIZED stierr.h
    E_ACCESSDENIED winerror.h
    # General access denied error
    # 11 matches found for "80070005"

    C:\err\Err>
    Basically it's an access denied trying to generate a Read Report
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    • #3
      Re: Exchange 2003 issue--- Event Id:1025, Source:MSExchangeIS Mailbox

      As the previous poster mentioned, error code 0x80070005 means "Access denied" and basically that leads to the source of the problem being either a permissions issue or a corrupted file (sometimes, applications perceived corrupted files as being unaccessible and wrongly label them as "access denied"). Anyway, did you check eventid.net? It contains a reference to the exact problem that you described.

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