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  • Do i have an issue? exceed max number of objfolder?

    Hi everyone, i would like to pick your brains on this event error i see.

    Event ID: 9646
    Type: Error
    Source: MSExchangeIS
    Description:
    Closing Mapi session "/o=Organization/ou=Administrative Group/cn=Recipients/cn=user" because it exceeded the maximum of 1000 objects of type "objtFolder".

    I have got this message for a long time, but not sure what the impact is? Would folders not show up in Outlook clients, or would it cause Exchange performance issues?

    We are in a 2003 server ad domain, Exchange 2003 SP2, Symantec Enterprise Evault and Blackberry Enterprise Server 4.1. We have about 400 users and about half have laptops and blackberry phones. All Outlook 2007 clients are running in cache mode, except for shared mailboxes.

    I would like to understand more of the negative impact this error have.

    Cheers everyone

  • #2
    Re: Do i have an issue? exceed max number of objfolder?

    You can either ignore or if it bothers you there is a registry hack for that

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    • #3
      Re: Do i have an issue? exceed max number of objfolder?

      I could ignore it, but my question was if it has a negative impact on my Exchange server.

      Cheers

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      • #4
        Re: Do i have an issue? exceed max number of objfolder?

        It shouldn't matter for the server but it may affect the email client's performance. Saying that it may be caused but something stupid like google desktop indexing engine or something similar

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        • #5
          Re: Do i have an issue? exceed max number of objfolder?

          Loads of causes for this.

          BES, poor network connectivity, poor AV, anything accessing the mailbox, bad Outlook plugins. If it is a small number of users then it could be something local.
          I did see it happen on one site with multiple WAPs and the users roaming around.

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