The following troubleshooting tips list common problems and
suggestions on how to correct them. Because underlying problems are
often difficult to identify, you should perform regular maintenance
to diagnose and repair problems or prevent them entirely.
Check the Ex00yymmdd.log and Ex01yymmdd.log log files for
These error logs are created when you add a
session to the configuration file. You specify at that time
where the log files are saved. The log files can be viewed with any
text editor, such as Microsoft Word.
Use the application Event Viewer to make sure there are no
Configure the Event Viewer to 2 MB, and configure it to wrap as
needed. For more information, see the Windows 2000 documentation
for Event Viewer.
Verify that you have granted the appropriate permissions to
root folders and the ExchsyncSecurity Folder.
Event ID 116
Mailbox user (username) does not have enough security to replicate to server [servername] on session 'Session Name'.
WARNING: Create subfolder access is not available to '[SERVERNAME]\Foldername, skipping.
WARNING: Write access is not available to '[SERVERNAME]\ Foldername, skipping.
WARNING: Write access is not available to '[SERVERNAME]\ Foldername \ Foldername,skipping.
WARNING: Read access is not available to '[SERVERNAME]\ Foldername, skipping.
WARNING: Read access is not available to '[SERVERNAME]\ Foldername \ Foldername, skipping.
Verify that each mailbox you are replicating free and busy
information to on the publisher server has a corresponding custom
recipient on the subscriber server.
If none exist, create them. The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
(SMTP) address of the mailbox matches the mailbox to its
corresponding custom recipient. If a corresponding custom recipient
does not exist, free and busy information is not published.
If free and busy information is not displayed after you verify
that the custom recipients exist, quit, and then restart your
This causes your free and busy information to be written to the
server. The next replication cycle will then publish your free and
The form cannot be installed because you do not have owner
By default, Exchange 2000 grants all users read-only rights on the
EForm folder. The EForm folder is a system folder used to maintain
the Organizational Forms Library. To grant a user the ability to
publish a form to the Organizational Forms Library, grant the user
All Folder rights and All Message rights.