Exmerge runtime error

Exmerge runtime error

Post by TGVvb » Fri, 18 Feb 2005 08:49:03

Hi all don't understand why this is happening was working now isn't.
I have setup a daily schedule to run a batch file that calls exmerge via
command line. exmerge -b -f exmergemon.ini. This has been working for some
time. Now when i run it either manually or scheduled it is comes up with a
runtime error
from the visual c++ Library.

Have tried a new version of exmerge and an old one. Exmerge works if i just
use exmerge -f exmergemon.ini without the -b but then i have to go through
the pop up window when this actually needs to be automated for backup reasons.

Please Help

Exmerge runtime error

Post by v-chaya » Fri, 18 Feb 2005 18:20:44


Thank you for your post.

From your description, I understand that you encountered a problem when
using exmerge.exe in command line. If I misunderstood you, please let me

Before we go any further, could you explain which version of SBS server you
use, if you are using SBS 2003, we need to use the Exmerge for Exchange
2003. You can download it from following link:


In order to isolate the problem, please help gather the information:

1. When you run exmerge -b, which kinds of error you encountered? The
same as you mentioned in the post or not. Please paste them to the public

2. Could you try to run exmerge -d to see if it works or not? It might
cause the problem, if you have run exmerge - b without scheduling in

3. Could you also attach the exmerge.log to the public newsgroup?

I appreciate your taking the time to perform these tests. I am standing by
to help you. Thank you for your time and cooperation.

Charles Yang
Online Partner Support
Partner Support Group
Microsoft Global Technical Support Center


Charles Yang (MFST)

Microsoft Online Support Engineer

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