Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Recovering Corrupt Database Exchange 2016 Causing Error 0x8004010F

Exchange Server 2016 is the latest Exchange server from Microsoft, which provides a rich, reliable, and more flexible platform with relatively IT costs. As with previous versions of Exchange server and in Exchange 2016 too, all the data of the user mailboxes is stored in an Exchange database file. The database file may get corrupt, at times, because of which you may see some strange behavior in the Exchange, and can put all the related data into danger. Thus, it is imperative that you should recover database (EDB) file using appropriate methods.

So if you find yourself unable in doing this, then there is an urgent need to use an Exchange database recovery utility to recover corrupt file.

Let us assume that you are working on an MS Exchange Server 2016 environment in which you are using MS Outlook 2010. You have encountered the following error message in the 'Sync Issues' folder:

“0x8004010F An object could not be found”

After getting this error, when you try to send an email in Outlook you are unable to do so. An error message is displayed, which is:

“Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x8004010F): 'The operation failed. An object could not be found.'”

Possible Cause:

For this problem, the following reasons could be responsible:
  • While viewing 'Properties' in the Address lists settings in Exchange System Manager, the offline address book list object is either having an incorrect or missing address list.
  • When you view 'Properties' in the Offline address list settings, you find that the offline address book is either has a missing or incorrect address list.
  • The EDB file of the Exchange database is corrupt.

To resolve the problem, you should perform either of the following methods.

  • To rectify Properties in the Address lists:
    Expand 'Server Configuration' in Exchange Management Console.
    Click Mailbox.
    Right-click 'Properties' in the 'Database Management' window.
    In the Client Settings tab, click 'Browse' and then the correct offline address book.
    Click OK two times.

  • To rectify Properties in the Offline Address list:
    Click Properties in Exchange System Manager.
    Verify the offline address list populates with a valid offline address list object.

If the problem is not rectified using these mentioned methods, then it means that the Exchange database file is corrupt. In such cases, you should recover corrupt EDB file using an exchange mailbox database recovery tool.

Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery software http://www.stellarservertools.com/recover-exchange-mailbox.php is one of very few software which recovers database from severely corruption and saves recovered mailboxes in multiple saving format, depending on the choice of your need.

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