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Topic # 22788 8-Jun-2008 14:47
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Hello folks...


A couple of months ago I've noticed I wasn't able to synchronise calendar items created on my Windows Mobile device, back to my Exchange Server 2003 SP2.


I couldn't find anything on the ActiveSync logs, but a few days ago I tried creating an appointment through OWA and got this message "The action can't be performed".


A search reveals this KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310440/en-us but after checking on my server I see the registry keys are already there - and correctly set.


Any other ideas?





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  Reply # 137062 10-Jun-2008 16:28
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And the answer is.. corrupted item or corrupted mailbox :-)

Nick.







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Reply # 137064 10-Jun-2008 16:30
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Yes, it looks like, since other mailboxes do not show this problem. I will create another store and move this mailbox.




 
 
 
 




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Reply # 137177 10-Jun-2008 21:37
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And it was... After a three hours run to move the mailbox to a new message store the problem is gone...

Thanks!




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  Reply # 137180 10-Jun-2008 21:39
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Good Job! Maybe now is an opportunity to archive off some of your 4 gig mailbox! :-)

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