Event ID: 10033 – A folder is being scoped by a search which no longer exists


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If you happen to have an Application log on your Mailbox server full of eventIDs 10033, Source: “MSExchangeIS Mailbox Store” with the following information:

EventID: 10033

A folder is being scoped by a search which no longer exists. This may result in failures or errors when attempting to update the folder contents. If this message continues to persist for this mailbox, moving the mailbox to a different database may resolve the issue.

As instructed this issue can probably be resolved by moving the affected mailbox to a different mailbox database but I’ve found out that you can fix this issue by using cmdlet “New-MailboxRepairRequest” on affected mailbox.

New-MailboxRepairRequest -Mailbox [mailbox name] -CorruptionType SearchFolder,AggregateCounts,ProvisionedFolder,FolderView

After that you’ll see that mailbox-repair request was created. Also check Application log on mailbox server where mailbox is homed for event with ID 10047:

Mailbox level online integrity check for request 7cef315f-60d7-4b8d-995f-32c22c68f4de started:Database=OPEXDAG1-MB1

Mailbox=DF49FD31-D429-423A-BECB-3594C19255FE

Flags=Detect, Fix

Tasks=SearchFolder, View, AggregateCount, ProvisionedFid

After a while you should see EventID 10062 that corruptions were detected & fixed:

Corruptions detected during online integrity check for request 7cef315f-60d7-4b8d-995f-32c22c68f4de

Mailbox:DF49FD31-D429-423A-BECB-3594C19255FE (MAILBOX NAME)

Database:OPEXDAG1-MB1

Corruption        Is Fixed        FID        Property        Resolution

“Folder Backlinks”, Yes, “1-38645 (Synkronointiongelmia1)”, 0x67870102, “Remove unfound folder(s) from the backlink list”

“Folder Backlinks”, Yes, “1-38649 (Ristiriidat)”, 0x67870102, “Remove unfound folder(s) from the backlink list”

“Folder Backlinks”, Yes, “1-3864D (Paikallisia virheit√§)”, 0x67870102, “Remove unfound folder(s) from the backlink list”

“Folder Backlinks”, Yes, “1-38651 (Palvelinvirheit√§)”, 0x67870102, “Remove unfound folder(s) from the backlink list”

“Folder Backlinks”, Yes, “1-12829678 (Digium)”, 0x67870102, “Remove unfound folder(s) from the backlink list”

….

 And when Repair-request is completed you will find EventID 10048:

 Online integrity check for request 7cef315f-60d7-4b8d-995f-32c22c68f4de completed successfully.

 After that original EventID 10033 disappeared

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