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    balluche
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    #143027

    Hi everyone!

    I have an sbs2003 sp1 with Exchange with sp2.
    Lately the database has been corrupted and i had to use the eseutil /d command to repair.

    After the repair has been completed, the database seems OK (checked it with eseutil /g and eseutil /k command). The database mount correctly and i can connect to it.

    But when i decided to defrag it (eseutil /d), i received the following error ” Unable to find the callback library jcb.dll ” although the file exist.

    I have to say that i have enough room in my disk (200 gb for a 50 gb db).
    I tried to register jcb.dll, didn’t succeed.

    Could’nt find anything on the net to solve this.

    Please help

    Thanks

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    L4ndy
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    #276106

    Re: Exchange 2003 Defrag problem

    Hi,

    Not sure if you have already come accross this but two posts suggesting to run the ExBPA helped them to fix the problem
    http://www.mombu.com/microsoft/exchange-server-tools/t-eseuitl-jcbdll-callback-error-ms-fix-doesnt-help-569256.html
    and someone else reinstalling sp2 did:
    http://forums.msexchange.org/m_1800452411/mpage_1/key_/tm.htm#1800452411

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    balluche
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    #249178

    Re: Exchange 2003 Defrag problem

    Thanks for the quick respond,

    unfortunatly none of your suggestion worked ’till now.

    I start to be a little worry.

    Any other idea ?

    Thank you

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    largo
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    #318143

    Re: Exchange 2003 Defrag problem

    still having problem ?

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    balluche
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    #249179

    Re: Exchange 2003 Defrag problem

    unfortunately i do, thanks for asking.

    I’ll try to reistall again sp2 for exchange this week-end and see if it helped.

    thanks anyway

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