Exchange 2010 error display “Changes made to the item were lost”

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Hi!

I work for a certain company which is looking to migrate to Exchange 2010 by using live migration. Currently we are running Exchange 2007 SP2. I have been allocated this task of moving the mailboxes and I was considering having it done during the working hours.

I however run into an error message stating “Changes made to the item were lost due to a reconnect with the server” when running a test on whether a user can create and send a long email during the migration period. I also found out that they would be unable to save any changes as they are asked to close and restart the Outlook program.

This means that I would be forced to move the mailboxes during to the off duty hours and go back to Exchange 2007 during the working hours. Does anyone out there have a solution to this situation?

I would be very grateful for any help offered.

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Exchange 2010 error display “Changes made to the item were lost”

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To resolve that issue, you will first of all try launching Outlook.exe with the “cleanreminders” command line argument as by typing the following in the commandline:

C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice12OUTLOOK.EXE /cleanreminders

In case that does not work, you will need to do the following to delete the items in Reminders folder:

You will first of all have to download MFCMAPI tool from http://support.microsoft.com/?ID=291794

  • And then you will run MFCMAPI on the desktop.
  • Thereafter you will go to Session -> Logon and then Display Store Table.
  • You will then select your profile.
  • After that you will need to right click Mailbox and choose “Open Store”.
  • Next you will expand “Root Container”.
  • And then right click “Reminders” and then select “Open Contents Table”.
  • A new window launches with Title Reminders.
  • You will need to select all the reminder items that have been listed there, and then right click and select “Delete Message”
  • And lastly close MFCMAPI

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