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D01B on SetTimestamp Request

Hi Preston, Hi all,

I have a strange issue. I'm still with my archiving application and using
SetTimestamp over and over. Now I have a problem with one customer.

That is GW7 SP3. The Postoffice has about 150 Users. I wrote a Utility to
reset the Timestamp during the testing period of the archiving. For 148
Users the reset works well (setting to 01.01.1980).
With 2 Users the POA answers: D01B - Required User Database rights not
granted. The utility is logged in as trusted application. All other 148
Mailboxes, the utiliy can set the timestamp on any value, but not for
this two.

Any ideas ? (We already did gwcheck on both mailboxes)

Thanks

Rainer
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Re: D01B on SetTimestamp Request

I'll have to see if I can see anything in the code.
It will probably take some days before I can do it.

>>> On Wednesday, July 01, 2009 at 7:10 AM, Rainer Backes<rbackes@bond.de>

wrote:
> Hi Preston, Hi all,
>
> I have a strange issue. I'm still with my archiving application and using


> SetTimestamp over and over. Now I have a problem with one customer.
>
> That is GW7 SP3. The Postoffice has about 150 Users. I wrote a Utility to


> reset the Timestamp during the testing period of the archiving. For 148
> Users the reset works well (setting to 01.01.1980).
> With 2 Users the POA answers: D01B ‑ Required User Database rights not


> granted. The utility is logged in as trusted application. All other 148
> Mailboxes, the utiliy can set the timestamp on any value, but not for
> this two.
>
> Any ideas ? (We already did gwcheck on both mailboxes)
>
> Thanks
>
> Rainer

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Re: D01B on SetTimestamp Request

Sorry, I couldn't see anything that stood out.
The customer would probably have to go through
NTS to look at the problem.
Short of that, they could try moving the users
to another post office and back.
If there was a problem with some data in the
user's database, that should fix the data
corruption problem.

Preston

>>> On Friday, July 03, 2009 at 1:08 PM, Preston

Stephenson<PStephenson@gw.novell.com> wrote:
> I'll have to see if I can see anything in the code.
> It will probably take some days before I can do it.
>
>>>> On Wednesday, July 01, 2009 at 7:10 AM, Rainer Backes<rbackes@bond.de>

> wrote:
>> Hi Preston, Hi all,
>>
>> I have a strange issue. I'm still with my archiving application and

using
>
>> SetTimestamp over and over. Now I have a problem with one customer.
>>
>> That is GW7 SP3. The Postoffice has about 150 Users. I wrote a Utility

to
>
>> reset the Timestamp during the testing period of the archiving. For 148
>> Users the reset works well (setting to 01.01.1980).
>> With 2 Users the POA answers: D01B ‑ Required User Database rights

not
>
>> granted. The utility is logged in as trusted application. All other 148
>> Mailboxes, the utiliy can set the timestamp on any value, but not for
>> this two.
>>
>> Any ideas ? (We already did gwcheck on both mailboxes)
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Rainer

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