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Created: 22 Aug 2007 • Updated: 21 May 2010 | 1 comment
I am currently using MS for Exchange ver 4.6.1.107 on Exchange 2003.  The system has been running for over a year with licenses not set to expire for 6 more months.
 
Yesterday I stopped receiving any email from outside my domain.  I disabled the spam filter and now I can get emails again.  System is still running with the same filter levels I have had all along with no updates on the server over the past week.
 
I look in the event logs and I don't have any errors from Symantec or Brightmail until I restart my server this morning.  I receive this one message now.
 
Event Type:         Error
Event Source:     Brightmail
Event Category:  (12)
Event ID:              514
 
Description:
The description for Event ID (514) is Source (brightmail) cannot be found.  The local computer my not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display mesages from a remote computer.  You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE=flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details.  The following information is part of the event: [Brightmail] (Error:3636.652): [12003] Config file not found in registry.
 
Any thoughs short of removing the program from the server and reinstalling it?  Thanks.
 
Robert

Message Edited by Robert Pummill on 08-22-200708:28 AM

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Tony Lombardi's picture

Did you ever figure out what was happening with the Brightmail error you posted to this site.  I didn't see any replies, but perhaps you figured out what was causing it.  i just saw it on a client's Windows 2003 SBS server for the first time today.  The error is below.

   

[Brightmail] (ERROR:1108.4348): [12003] Config file not found in registry.

 

Thanks,

 

Tony