Configuration:
Outlook 2007 with Outlook connector 6.0.5
Server on ubuntu 8, zimbra 6.0.5

Hi,

Several users are sharing a common generic mailbox and are starting to get a lot of server failures:

here is the error_report.xml:
Code:
<SyncError>
−
<Request>
−
<soap:Envelope>
−
<soap:Header>
−
<context>
<userAgent name="ZimbraConnectorForOutlook" version="6.0.5846.5"/>
<nonotify/>
<noqualify/>
<account by="id">fae9bb6b-33b6-4090-85f3-921143fb501f</account>
−
<authToken>
0_360ed6edffc0c214edb1b5809956859d02cb8e8c_69643d33363a36346431626536622d386635382d343637332d626332652d3035326162663637623564373b6578703d31333a313237353433343134393135363b76763d313a303b747970653d363a7a696d6272613b
</authToken>
<nosession/>
</context>
</soap:Header>
−
<soap:Body>
−
<SaveDraftRequest>
<m aid="ab01bded-6895-4fc9-bc8c-f6ece6154ced:74add517-8a41-4505-b42c-323a9fffd19a" id="8427"/>
</SaveDraftRequest>
</soap:Body>
</soap:Envelope>
</Request>
−
<Response>
−
<soap:Envelope>
−
<soap:Header>
−
<context>
<change acct="fae9bb6b-33b6-4090-85f3-921143fb501f" token="31270"/>
</context>
</soap:Header>
−
<soap:Body>
−
<soap:Fault>
−
<soap:Code>
<soap:Value>soap:Sender</soap:Value>
</soap:Code>
−
<soap:Reason>
<soap:Text>cannot modify immutable object: 8427</soap:Text>
</soap:Reason>
−
<soap:Detail>
−
<Error>
<Code>mail.IMMUTABLE_OBJECT</Code>
−
<Trace>
btpool0-30526://<server>/service/soap/SaveDraftRequest:1275261518488:734f8e76bdd44e92
</Trace>
<a t="IID" n="itemId">8427</a>
</Error>
</soap:Detail>
</soap:Fault>
</soap:Body>
</soap:Envelope>
</Response>
</SyncError>
and the message:
Code:
Server Failures were detected.  No action is required.
This e-mail was generated for technical support purposes.
Please see the attached files for more details about the problems encountered.

Computer Name: WS43

Version: 6.0.5846.5

Parent Folder EID: 00000000bfc19fdaadcde84a8f8b25c92ef6f3d6a2800000

Parent Folder Name: Inbox

Parent Folder ID: 2

Target Object EID: 00000000bfc19fdaadcde84a8f8b25c92ef6f3d664d32000

Store: Zimbra - Mail
I suspect someone tried to save a draft in the shared folder, but is there a way for me to trace which computer is causing it? (if it's actually caused by outlook?)