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A permanent error has occurred with Entity /O=ORG/OU=CORP/CN=CONFIGURATION/CN=SERVERS/CN=ServerName/CN=MICROSOFT PRIVATE MDB. Entity is a Message Object is a Normal Priority Message. Object: #######. Message ID: C=US;A= ;P=ORG;L=ServerName-########z-##### Content length:####, .....
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What is the role of the Exchange MTA Service?
The service account does not have Add Child permissions set at the site level for the site where the public folder server resides. If the service account does not have Service Account Administrator permissions set, and does not have Add Child permissions set for the site level, this event might occur. See ME231488 for details about this problem.
This problem may occur when the message transfer agent (MTA) creates custom properties that support content conversion and saves them in Transport-Neutral Encapsulation Format (TNEF). The problem occurs if the custom properties are not removed and are saved in the final message. This can increase the size of the message and trigger the JET_errRecordTooBig error. See ME819851 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5.
See ME176952 for additional information about this event.
This event can occur when a message sent from Microsoft Mail to Exchange through the Microsoft Mail Connector interchange (MSMI) using a Russian Outlook client fails to be delivered to its destination. Microsoft suggests to obtain the latest service pack for Exchange Server version 5.5. See ME186672 for more details.
If you have an Outlook 8.0x or Outlook 8.5 client running on Windows NT 4.0 Workstation or Windows 95/98 with language settings set to an East European language, see ME224987 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0.
Event ID 270 and Event ID 290 may be logged in the application event log of the server, if a public folder has an SMTP e-mail address, and a user who does not have rights to post to that folder sends an e-mail message to that SMTP e-mail address. See ME251016 for more information about this problem.
Mail that is sent with attachments may be sent back to the sender, and a non-delivery report (NDR) may be generated. In some cases, the recipients still receive the mail. See ME288848 if these are the symptoms that you experience.
If no Exchange 2000 Server computers in the Routing or Admin group have a public folder store for the Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) Public Folder tree and no Exchange Server 5.5 computers in the Routing or Admin group have replicas of the folder being e-mailed, this event will occur. See ME302394 for a resolution.
Also, ME302451 provides information about this event.
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