MSX-Mailbox -> PST-File: Client-Process has failed !

Discussion in 'Microsoft Outlook Interoperability' started by Markus, Jan 7, 2004.

  1. Markus

    Markus Guest

    Hi Folks !

    First of all I wish all of you a happy New Year !

    my situation:
    Files should be archivied or copied/moved from Exchange
    5.5 Mailbox to PST-Files.

    Problem:
    during copying, moving or archiving Outlook XP brings up
    the following failures:

    a) A Client-Process has failed
    b) a unknown error occurred

    .... both Errors which really help me finding the
    Problem ... :-( ... LOL

    When I select more than 1 mail this error comes up. When I
    select only one mail it will be moved/copied.

    Well, ALL Emails WITHOUT Attachment will be copied / moved
    immediately. Just Emails with Attchment can not copied or
    moved in a group = more than one email at a time.

    It also shouldn't be affected by the size of the
    attachments; the problem starts at 250kb !!

    OS: W2k SP4
    Office: OXP SP1

    Thanks for any advise !
    Best Regards,
    markus
     
    Markus, Jan 7, 2004
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