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  1. #1
    Eric Ford Guest

    Public Folder empty causing Outlook "operation failed"


    Occationally, from various workstations, running Win2K-SP2 and
    Ol2K-SR1a(someSP2), searching/browsing a Public Contact Folder yields a
    pop-up message box containing the words "Operation Failed". A portion
    and/or all of the folder contents will then disappear. Other folders and
    their content remain available. The problem goes away if the user does File>
    Exit and Logoff from and then restarts Outlook. Any clues are welcome.

    Server is Ex2K-SP1 on Win2K-SP2.


  2. #2
    Jason Guest

    Re: Public Folder empty causing Outlook "operation failed"


    I am experiencing the same thing on NT 4.0 workstation with OL2K. The Exchange
    server has been up since April 2001 without experiencing this and then this
    week having this problem 2 workstations. Thanks for any help.

    "Eric Ford" <eford@odonnellatkins.com> wrote:
    >
    >Occationally, from various workstations, running Win2K-SP2 and
    >Ol2K-SR1a(someSP2), searching/browsing a Public Contact Folder yields a
    >pop-up message box containing the words "Operation Failed". A portion
    >and/or all of the folder contents will then disappear. Other folders and
    >their content remain available. The problem goes away if the user does

    File>
    >Exit and Logoff from and then restarts Outlook. Any clues are welcome.
    >
    >Server is Ex2K-SP1 on Win2K-SP2.
    >



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