Failed to create a new named property for database “%1” because the number of named properties reached the quota limit (%2).User attempting to create the named property: “%3″Named property GUID: %4Named property name/id: “%5”

Details
Product: Exchange
Event ID: 9667
Source: MSExchangeIS
Version: 6.5.7596.0
Message: Failed to create a new named property for database “%1” because the number of named properties reached the quota limit (%2).<br/>User attempting to create the named property: “%3″<br/>Named property GUID: %4<br/>Named property name/id: “%5”
Explanation
This Error event indicates that the Microsoft Exchange Information store was unable to generate a new named property for the database named in the event description. This event may be generated as frequently as one MSExchangeIS Event ID 9667 being generated per second. Other symptoms you may experience when this event occurs are as follows:

  • Slow or no mail flow because messages are stuck in one or more mail queues.
  • The computer that is running Exchange Server 2003 may stop responding.

This event may be caused by:

  • A SPAM attack to your computer that is running Exchange 2003. Specifically, the SPAM attack may be causing new properties to be created.
  • An Exchange e-mail client is malfunctioning. For example, the client may be incorrectly causing new MAPI properties to be created with each new message.
  • A third-party MAPI client application is creating new MAPI properties. There are some valid scenarios for defining new properties. For example, a MAPI application may define new properties to support a new message class. Another example is that a service provider may create new properties to expose unique messaging system features.
User Action
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