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Event ID: 3036 Source: Search

The content source <mapi://[<GUID>}/> cannot be accessed.

Content Windows Application, SystemIndexCatalog

Details: <details> (<error code>)
I had this issue and solved it by doing 2 things.  
I reinitialized the offline files cache using the registry edit at ME942974
I also deleted and rebuilt the Windows Search index.  

Not sure both of those were needed but it solved the problem.
Error code 0x80004005 - This is the code for an "unspecified error" which is not helpful but at least narrows down the search for a fix. Try searching for the GUID specified in the message (the S-... string) to identify the application or module that is causing this.
From a support forum: "Under Indexing options, I went through Modify>Show All Locations and found out even though I had initially unchecked Internet Explorer History, it was only checked off for my user and not for NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM. I unchecked NT AUTHORITY and the problem was fixed."
Error details: A server error occurred. Check that the server is available.  (HRESULT : 0x80041206) (0x80041206) - From a support forum:
Based on my search, I would like to try the following things to resolve this issue if possible:
1. Try to repair the 2003 Office system installation:
- Exit all 2003 Office programs.
- Click Start, click Run, type appwiz.cpl in the Open box, and then click OK .
- In the Add or Remove Programs dialog box, click Microsoft Office Version 2003, and then click Change.
- In the Microsoft Office Version 2003 dialog box, click Repair, and then click Continue.

2. Try to run c:\windows\system32\fixmapi.exe and reindex the desired location in WDS after the reboot.
3. If both methods are not useful, I would introduce the workaround below to see if this issue can be fixed:
- Stop and disable the Windows Search Service and restart the Outlook to see the results
- Second, in Outlook go to Tools > Instant Search > Search Options > Indexing <uncheck the option for indexing the mails>. Keep the indexing service running to index the archived and PST items but it will not search under these. You need to go the same location again and have to uncheck the options to stop the index on these items if you want search enabled on it.

You need to restart the Outlook. Try to search and you will be able to find what you wanted.
Errors details: "The URL was already processed during this update. If you received this message while processing alerts then the alerts are redundant or else Modify should be used instead of Add.  (HRESULT : 0x80040d0d) (0x80040d0d)" - One user had his Windows 7 system freezing at startup and this event being the last one recorded in the log. After several other troubleshooting attempts, he replaced the RAM on that system and the problem was fixed.

Error details: "The specified address was excluded from the index. The site path rules may have to be modified to include this address.

You may experience this issue in Windows Vista if you install a Microsoft Office 2003 program after the 2007 Microsoft Office system is installed. See ME930010 to solve this problem.

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