Event ID 9667 occurs when you create a new named property on an Exchange Server 2007 server
Event Type: ErrorEvent Source: MSExchangeISEvent Category: General Event ID: 9667Description:Failed to create a new named property for database "<Storage Group name>\<Mailbox Store name>" because the number of named properties reached the quota limit (8192).User attempting to create the named property: "<name>"Named property GUID: <GUID>Named property name/id: "<ID>"If you check the previous application event logs, you may find that many 9873 events that resemble the following message are logged:
Event Type: InformationEvent Source: MSExchangeISEvent Category: General Event ID: 9873Description:A named property has been created for the database "<legacyExchangeDN of the mailbox store>".ID: <ID> Named property GUID: <GUID>Named property name/ID: <name>The following user is attempting to create the named property: "N/A"Protocol: <protocol name>Client type: TransportClient version: <version number>
For more information about Update Rollup 8 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1, see the following Exchange Help topic: Note After you apply the hotfix to the Exchange server, the Exchange 2007 server does not promote new X-headers from unauthenticated submissions, embedded messages, and journal messages. However, the X-headers requests that are submitted by authenticated clients can be still promoted. Also, later unauthenticated submissions will still process the values of X-headers because any subsequent messages that include the same X-header do not create additional named properties.
Article ID: 948856 - Last Review: 05/24/2009 01:47:58 - Revision: 2.1
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