Thursday, August 11, 2011

Resolving the problems of Mbconn.exe file in Exchange Server

Exchange Information store is the most critical constituent of Microsoft Exchange Server. Sometimes, when the Exchange Server is hit by any crashing or corruption issue, information store also gets affected. In order to access your mailbox, you need to mount the Information store. However, under some corruption or any damage situation, the mailbox store or public store denies to mount. In this case you will not be able to access your information such as emails, notes, contacts, images, attachments and more, stored in Exchange Mailbox. These Exchange mailboxes are connected to Information store database that keeps all data of active directory. The Mbconn.exe file is used to connect these mailboxes to Active Directory accounts.
Sometimes, when this MBCONN file gets corrupted and you try to use your mailboxes through an e-mail client, you may experience that Server is not responding in a proper way. The corruption in mbconn.exe file directly affects the connection between Information store and the user mailbox. Additionally, you may experience some problems like:

  • Mbconn sets uppercase legacyExchangeDN delimiters, due to which the email clients unable to publish the information.
  • The Mbconn utility abruptly exits, when you access file browse dialog boxes.
  • Process of importing the Ldifde fails because of improperly formatted entries in the Mbconn export file.
  • You may encounters "No such object" or "No private databases found on this server" error messages.
  • The reconnections of Exchange mailboxes are reported as failures, even though the reconnections actually worked.

Moreover, if an Exchange server administrator starts Exchange System Manager (ESM), and then he tries to run the Cleanup Agent to test the connection state of all mailboxes, the Cleanup Agent fails, and he gets the following error message:

An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both.
ID no: c1041724”

The aforesaid problems are occurred only if the Mbconn.exe file is lost or has been corrupted. To resolve these problems, you need to get the latest service pack of the Exchange server and install it.

This behavior of MS Exchange Server depicts all your precious information inaccessible and leads to critical data loss. In order to get your data back, you require to opt for an Exchange Server Recovery software, if the backup is not updated.

Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery is an outstanding and reliable edb file repair application that repairs the corrupt or damaged .edb files and restores the mailboxes as individual PSTs. The software has an extremely simple and user-friendly graphical user interface. Compatible with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000 and 5.5, this Exchange recovery software recovers all elements of a Mailbox. You can also test the free demo version of the tool to verify the performance and usability

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