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MAPI32 and CDO version discrepancies on BES Server

MAPI32 and CDO version discrepancies on BES Server

MAPI32 and CDO version discrepancies on BES Server

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I have a production Exchange 2003 SP2 Server, BES 4.1.5 and a newly created Exchange 2007 SP1 Server.  On the BES I need to run the ExchangeMapiCdo.MSI file to bring my Mapi32.dll and CDO.dll up to the Exchange 2007 level.  

When I run it, I get this message:  "Messaging API and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1 cannot be installed with this version of Microsoft Exchange".  I cannot find anything on the Blackberry or Microsoft sites that will shed any light as to why?

I am using the BESAdmin id to login with when I get this message.  When I try my Exchangeservice and Domain Admin id's they fail with a permissions error.

My mapi32.dll and cdo.dll versions are the same as on my Exchange 2003 Server.

Has anyone experienced this?

RE: MAPI32 and CDO version discrepancies on BES Server

MS have released a new version of MAPI and CDO for 2007 SP1. BES is not supported on SP1 yet.

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