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Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 8:53:29 AM   
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Hey everyone, We are getting an error code 0x80040119 when we click send and receive. We are running Exchange 2003 and i went and found this article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814441 but i follow the directions and it doesn't help. The .PST file is named "Outlook" its not finding Personal Folders.PST. Does anyone know a fix for this?

Here is the exact error:

Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x80040119) : 'Unknown Error 0x80040119'


Thanks!

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 11:39:40 AM   
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The article you found is directing you to repair the PST file.  Let me try to clear up the terminology:

Personal Folders is the Microsoft Outlook term for storing messages outside the Exchange server. 

PST is the Windows file extension of the personal folders file.

When Personal Folders is configured in Outlook, you can name the PST file anything you want.  By default, Outlook wants to name it "outloook.pst", but you can change it.

Long story short, for each PST file connected with that Outlook profile (and there can be more than one), run the repair tool.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 11:45:37 AM   
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Thanks Dean, but the only problem is...when i try and look for the file, it shows Outlook.ost. Its not finding anything but that.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 12:05:54 PM   
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Continuing with terminology definitions, an OST file extension is used by the Offline storage.  In other words, this is the local copy of your mailbox which is created and kept synchronized with you use Outlook in "cache mode".  If you do not have a PST file on the system, the article doesn't apply.

That being said, corruption in the OST file can cause odd behavior as well.  Try these things:

1.  Run Outlook in non-cache mode.  This forces Outlook to get its information directly from the server.  If the errors stop, you likely have corruption in your OST file.
2.  Connect to that same mailbox using Outlook Web Access (OWA).  That also connects direct to the server and if the errors stop you likely have corruption in your OST file.
3.  If OST corruption looks to be likely, close Outlook, find and rename the Outlook.ost file, then launch Outlook.  You'll get a message indicating it is setting up Outlook for first time use which means it is rebuilding the OST file.  Let the synchronization finish.  If the errors stop, then you did have a corruption issue and you can safely delete the renamed file.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 12:16:27 PM   
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I tried all three solutions and the 3rd one did say Setting up Outlook for first time use, but it is still giving the error. This is happening to alot of people, almost everyone, here in the office.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 12:21:32 PM   
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When you attempted non-cache mode or OWA, did the errors stop?
Is this error a recent development, or has it always happened?
Check your System and Application logs on your Exchange server and your workstations around the times the errors are being generated.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 12:23:20 PM   
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It just started about a week ago. It still did it when i attempted non-cached mode. OWA, i didn't get an error there. Anytime someone hits Send/Receive it happens.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 26.Jun.2007 11:39:12 PM   
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I'm still searching for answers - are you by chance running Outlook on a Terminal Services Application server?

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 20.Aug.2008 7:18:10 PM   
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Hi there - I was following this thread with interest as we are having the same issue here.

However our issue is happening when outlook is running on a terminal server - however the strange thing is that it is only happening on certain users.

I have checked these users and made sure that they are not running in Cache mode.

What happens I - they try and send emails out of outlook and the emails just stay in their outbox without actually being sent - when they hit the send/receive button - they receive this error (0x80040119).

I was wondering if anyone else had had experience with this issue. Or any ideas or issues that may arise when running outlook on a terminal server with multiple users?

Thanks.

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 20.Aug.2008 11:04:38 PM   
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The Outlook-in-TermServ issues typically stem from two things.
1.  Outlook is configured to run in cache mode
2.  Microsoft does not support OST or PST files on LAN or WAN storage devices

If you run Outlook in non-cache mode, you typically don't have issues.

Read this article: http://www.slipstick.com/problems/nosend.htm
If that doesn't help, just Google your error code for more ideas.


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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 14.Jan.2009 12:48:37 PM   
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Hi! I'm having the same problem, but with only 1 user. I created a new OST and the same problem occurred. Could this be due to an Outlook Add-in? I haven't tried it in Online mode. If he gets the error while running in Online mode, that eliminates the OST. Where would I go from there?

Thank you!!

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 14.Jan.2009 2:09:22 PM   
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I would recommend trying your suggestion first (using Outlook in Online mode first) and if the problem persists, then run outlook in safe mode (all add-ins will be disabled. from Run, type OUTLOOK.EXE /SAFE)

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 14.Jan.2009 2:53:04 PM   
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Try this :
 
1. Open Exchange System Manager
2. Servername>>First Storage Group>>Mailbox Store>>Properties
3. On the General Tab --Offline Address List
4. Click On Browse>>Type in "Default Offline Address List"
5. Clcik on "Check Names" it will resolve to the Default Offline Address List
6. Click OK

 
Hope this helps !!!

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 14.Jan.2009 4:33:44 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: sisco22

Hey everyone, We are getting an error code 0x80040119 when we click send and receive. We are running Exchange 2003 and i went and found this article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814441 but i follow the directions and it doesn't help. The .PST file is named "Outlook" its not finding Personal Folders.PST. Does anyone know a fix for this?

Here is the exact error:

Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x80040119) : 'Unknown Error 0x80040119'

Thanks!

 
There seems to be an issue with OAB generation/download as it is affecting multiple users. Error 0x80040119 means MAPI_E_EXTENDED_ERROR.
 
Check this blog and it definately should help.
http://blogs.msdn.com/dgoldman/archive/2006/07/03/Troubleshooting-the-Outlook-Send_2F00_Receive-with-error-0x80040119-.aspx

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 14.Jan.2009 4:34:00 PM   
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Thanks for the Help! Ill check it out. I do want to note that I have additional information. I checked his SYNC folder and there is one 1 entry (since I just created this OST yesterday). This entry noted the error 0x80040119 that popped up in Outlook this morning. Doesn't that tell us it is related to Outlook as opposed to the mailbox or server? The odd thing is that the error occurred before and after creating a new OST. There shouldn't be corruption in a new OST should there?

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 14.Jan.2009 5:45:36 PM   
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Thanks for the Blog. So far everything I've checked is correct. I've got to wait until tomorrow to get to the customer's laptop, so more then.

Thank you everyone for your assistance!

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 20.Jan.2009 12:13:57 PM   
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I just want to update you on my fix. At least so far it is a fix. I found the user had 2 Outlook Add-ins that he shouldn't have. One was an SAV and the other was GoogleSearch. We upgrated SAV in which they no longer use an Outlook Add-in. In addition, I disabled the Google add-in.

He hasn't seen the error since then.

Thank you for your help and have a great day!

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 5.Jun.2009 11:44:52 AM   
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Quick and good software to fix 0x80040119 error
http://www.repairpstfile.com/0x80040119.html

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RE: Error 0x80040119 Help! - 21.Sep.2009 9:25:25 AM   
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To me the fix was to disable "offline files" and disable "cached exchange mode" of the account.

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