[ExchangeList] Re: User does not exist!

  • From: "Jos.schijven" <jos.schijven@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 20:22:34 +0100

Try again



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[mailto:exchangelist-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Namens ChongJa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Verzonden: woensdag 22 maart 2006 20:15
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Onderwerp: [ExchangeList] Re: User does not exist!


Thanks for the feedback. It looks like there is memory leak issue with older
3.6 ver of BES that does not close the mapi sessions for EX2003 servers and
always keep the messages open at their max default which is 250. You can
increase the limit, but you're essentially letting your server be more
vulnerable to degradation, that's how I see it.  I read a thread about a
user who increased the limit to 2000 and BES would eat it up to 2000 and
never close the session. After checking these users, they are on the EX2003
servers and using BES 3.6, and BES logs seem to indicate the memory issue,
so I think we're on the right track. 








From: Nardini, Steve [mailto:Steve.Nardini@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 12:24 PM
To: Chong, James
Subject: RE: [ExchangeList] Re: User does not exist!


I'm not totally sure what your issue is, however I saw a couple key words
and brought to mind a problem I've had before with Exchange.  Was just
reminded of it this past week also.  Maybe this link will help with your




Steve Nardini 
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80 S 8th Street 
Minneapolis, MN  55402 
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I'm thinking BES has something to do with this. Although I cannot locate the
user, this server is the only server has mailboxes with 250 open messages
via the BES service account. My question is doesn't BES release the messages
after it scans these BES user's mailboxes? If not this would surely degrade
performance having many BES users. 



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Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 10:06 AM
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Subject: [ExchangeList] User does not exist!


Getting event id 9646. I'm not so much as interested in the event, but the
user it talks about (user37534619) does not exist, and cannot find him
anywhere! This event for this particular user started last Saturday and has
repeated every 30mins. I went through every store on the particular ex
server, do not see this mailbox, searched through AD, LDAP queries etc. 


Mapi session "/O=American Red Cross/OU=ARCHQ/cn=Recipients/cn=user37534619"
exceeded the maximum of 250 objects of type "objtMessage".



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