|Source:||MSExchangeIS Public Store|
|Component:||Microsoft Exchange Information Store|
|Message:||Error error code occurred while processing a replication event. Folder: folder name|
This event indicates that there was an error processing the replication message. Public Folder replication in Exchange Server occurs through the sending of replication messages between servers. These replication messages are sent as regular e-mail messages.
The error code included in the event message indicates the cause of the event. For example, Error 1129 means “ecNoReplicaAvailable” indicates that there was no replica available for the folder on the local public folder store. A few typically seen error codes are Error 1005, Error 1129, Error 1132, Error 1261, Error 4033, and Error -1069.
Note This is not an exhaustive list of possible error codes. If you see an error code that is different, you can use the Error Code Lookup Tool (Err.exe) to find what the error means. You can download Err.exe from the Exchange Server Error Code Look-up page of the Microsoft Download Center (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=37726).
This event may also be accompanied by MSExchangeIS Events 3091 and 3093. See User Action if those additional events are logged.
To identify the root cause of this public folder replication error, you must examine the event log for other events that occur immediately before or after this event on the server that logged this event. Additionally, you should review the event logs on the other Exchange Server 2003 computers that are involved in public folder replication, in your organization.
Note To make sure that all applicable events are logged, ensure that diagnostics logging on the Replication Errors category is set to Minimum or greater on the MSExchangeIS Public Store service.
Note You can ignore this event if it occurs only occasionally and there are no public folder replication problems seen. However, if other events such as MSExhchange IS Public Folder Events 3091 and 3093 are logged, and there are public folder hierarchy and content replication problems also reported, you must investigate further. Do this by examining the corresponding events on Exchange servers that are involved in public folder replication.
If MSExchangeIS Public Folder Event 3091 or 3093 is logged, in Event Viewer, click the URL at the bottom of the event description for information about the cause and resolution of those related events. Alternatively, you can access information about MSExchangeIS Events 3091 and 3093 at the Exchange 2003 Events and Errors Web site ((http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=26016).
For detailed information about troubleshooting public folder replication problems, see Microsoft Knowledge Base article 842273 “How to troubleshoot public folder replication problems in Exchange 2000 Server and in Exchange Server 2003” ( http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkId=3052&kbid=842273).