Thursday, July 22, 2010

Failed to create a new named property for database Event ID:9667

I bumped into another interesting issue during migration Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007. Mail from E210 to E03 was miserably failing with fallowing  bounce backs.

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On the Exchange 2003 application logs

Event Type:    Error
Event Source:    MSExchangeIS
Event Category:    General
Event ID:    9667
Date:        7/22/2010
Time:        11:05:09 PM
User:        N/A
Computer:    EBE
Description:
Failed to create a new named property for database "First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (EBE)" because the number of named properties reached the quota limit (8192).
User attempting to create the named property: "SYSTEM"
Named property GUID: 00020386-0000-0000-c000-000000000046
Named property name/id: "X-LinkedIn-fbl"

 

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Quick Fix

  • Open Regedit on the Exchange 2003 server & Drill down to
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
  • SYSTEM
  • CurrentControlSet
  • Service
  • MSEXCHANGEIS
  • Server Name

Click on the Private and locate “NonMAPI Named Props Quota” Change the value ***DECIMAL** to ***16394*** as shown below.

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Save and exit from register.

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Respectfully,
Oz Casey, Dedeal

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4 comments:

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Mark Morowczynski said...

You still need to find the GUID, you can do this by going to ADSIEdit.msc.

Expand Configuration, Services, Microsoft Exchange, Organization Name, Administration Groups, Your Admin Group Name, Servers, Your Server, Your Storage Group.

Right click the Message Store in that group and look for OjectGUID. This is written backwards from the Registry key.

Example
Private-12345678 in the registry Will be written as 0x78 0x56 0x34 0x12 in the ADSIEdit ObjectGUID
You can use the following article to match the objectGUID to the proper registry key:

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