We have an Exchange 2010 server that we recently (Wednesday) installed

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We have an Exchange 2010 server that we recently (Wednesday) installed Updated Rollup 8 for SP3 on.  Since that time we have had users randomly encounter issues.  The first sign of issue is when trying to open items, we get the error message 'Cannot open item'. Nothing appears in the event log of the computer, nor the server when this happens. We also get the error when marking as read or unread 'Cannot mark the items read or unread.  The most likely reasons are:...' This is happening to multiple users on both XP & 7, all using Outlook 2010.  So since this seems to be pointing to the server we decided to run a database repair, which did fix errors, but users are still having issues exactly as before. How to repair this?


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Exchange 2010, XP & 7
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In the situation where log files are missing, restore from a successful back up or perform Hard repair

Once the restoration completes, a file named restore.env along with the logs that were backed up without being committed to the database will be created in C:Temp

Perform Hard Recovery by the command Eseutil /cc “Path of the restore.env containing folder”

restore.env file will be deleted after the completion of hard recovery

If we misses the sequence of logs, the recovery will fail and should use the command eseutil /cc “Path of the restore.env folder” /t to recover the databse

Or try:

Exchange Server Repair Kit is an absolute must-have for any software development professional working with MS SQL databases. For more information: http://www.exchangeserver.repair/

If doesn’t help, try to look at the answer here: http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/exchange-server/734-repair-exchange-priv1-pub1-edb

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