Further investigation shows that it's a little weirder. The URL that gets
passed to the sink component is what I call the "temporary" one, which is
based on the name of the object (e.g., file://./stuff/John Doe.EML). This
can change over time, so the first thing I do is get the permanenturl
The thing is, on my production server, the permanenturl attribute (actually
http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/permanenturl) is missing. I assume
that it'll be there, and error out.
Does anyone know why it might be missing or inaccessible?
> As I read somewhere DEEP Scope does not work on MAPI stores (public folder
> store for ms outlook).
> Does this differ between your test ans production environment ?
> > I have a synchronous event sink that's behaving differenly on my test
> > compared to production. In my test environment it would get notified for
> > events concerning new items, and also for events concerning folders. On
> > production server, though, no folder events come through (so when
> > moves a folder, for example, I don't get called).
> > I'm registered for onsyncsave;onsyncdelete with DEEP scope with no
> > Has anyone ever encountered this?