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The Exchange ActiveSync user "<user name>" has specified an invalid SMTP device address "5" on their device. The user will not be able to receive up-to-date notifications on their device until the correct SMTP address is entered on their device. To fix this problem tell the user to enter the correct SMTP address on the device and then synchronize the device with their Exchange server using ActiveSync.
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In my case, this was due to an event sink being added to the user's inbox. You can view, disable or delete the sink by using Exchange Explorer from the Exchange SDK.
From a newsgroup post: "I believe I finally have this problem solved. Once I upgraded to Exchange 2003 SP2, I could install and use the Exchange ActiveSync Administration tool. With this tool I was able to search for devices that were producing errors in the event log. The problematic devices had either 2 or 3 partnerships with the exchange server. One partnership was up to date, the others had their last successful update several months ago. The devices working well only had one partnership. I deleted the old partnerships and the event log cleared up".
See MSEX2K3DB for more information on this event.
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