Try running Performance Optimizer. If you are still receiving these events
after optimizer, check to see if you have diagnostic logging turned up:
- Open the Exchange Administrator Program
- Select the Server and display the Properties
- Click the Diagnostics Logging tab
- Expand MSExchangeIS and select System in the Services pane
- Select Table Cache in the Category pane
-- Is The Logging Level was set to Maximum?.
- Reset the Logging Level to None and click OK.
If the events still occur, schedule time to take the information store down
and run the following from the command prompt in your exchsrvr\bin folder
isinteg -fix -pri -test alltests
And then on the pub:
isinteg -fix -pub -test alltests
Run this until you receive 0 errors. It is normal to receive many warnings.
If, after 3x you are still receiving errors, it is unlikely anything else
will be fixed so do not run a 4th time.
Hope this helps
Melissa Travers, MCSE
Microsoft Exchange Support
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> Here's the skinny. Users can no longer empty their
> mailbox deleted items folder. It just hangs on them.
> Exchange 5.5 running on a Windows 2000 server.
> Event ID: 1096
> The table is closed. Type: 5
> Last access: 10/02/2003 15:51:38
> Session ID: 0x3521500
> Table ID: 0x11c65bd0
> Has anyone ever seen anything like this? Shoot me an
> email if you have. Thanks.