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MAPI Logon Failed


MAPI Logon Failed

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chris.surfleet
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I have a number of DTS packages sat on an SQL 2000 server. Almost all of them have send mail tasks for notifications of success/failure. A number of the packages are failing on the send mail tasks with the error "Logon failed: MapiLogonEx failed due to MAPI error 273: MAPI Logon Failed"

I can't understand why some would work while others do not. Its consistent behavior per file, but seemingly random which files are not working.

Thanks for any help!
Erik Kutzler
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I see this error occur when the Profile Name in the Send Mail Task properties does not exist on the SQL server.
chris.surfleet
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Ah found it, some of the mail tasks were trying to send through a profile which no longer exists - thanks very much for the tip!
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Maybe could be interesting for you take a look to this KB article

How to send e-mail without using SQL Mail in SQL Server
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312839/en-us

You can remove dependencies from SQL Mail, and Outlook profiles by using SMTP.

Regards

Ramon

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