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XFOR: IMC Error 1067 , Dr. Watson on MSEXCIMC.EXE


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Summary

When you start the Microsoft Exchange Server version 4.0 Internet Mail Connector (IMC) and the user specified as the Administrator Mailbox is missing an X.400 address, the following error message is displayed:
Dr. Watson:

An application error has occurred and an application error log is being generated.

MSEXCIMC.EXE
Exception: access violation (0xc0000005), Address 0x10205c11
After you click OK, or if you wait for a few seconds, a Services error message is displayed:
Could not start the Microsoft Exchange Internet Mail Connector service on \\<servername>.

Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly.
With the Microsoft Exchange Server version 5.0 Internet Mail Service (IMS), you see a different address in the exception error and no 1067 error is generated. You receive the following Dr. Watson error message:
Dr. Watson:

An application error has occurred and an application error log is being generated.

MSEXCIMC.EXE
Exception access violation (0xc0000005), Address: 0x0042db78

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More information

To correct this behavior, start the Microsoft Exchange Administrator program, open the properties page of the IMC or IMS that is exhibiting this problem, and note which user is shown as the Administrator's Mailbox. Next, bring up the properties page of that user, click the E-Mail Addresses tab, and add an X.400 address.

Another way to correct this behavior is to specify a different user (who already has an X.400 address) in the Administrator's Mailbox box on the IMC or IMS properties page.

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Keywords: KB149542, kbusage

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Article Info
Article ID : 149542
Revision : 6
Created on : 10/28/2006
Published on : 10/28/2006
Exists online : False
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