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CommInboundRcvr not creating Service Requests, but still able to pull the messages from the POP3 server, after upgrade to Win 2012 servers, error: ...Unable to open compressed file (Doc ID 2216354.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 11, 2018

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 8.1.1.11.16 [IP2013] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Why CommInboundRcvr not creating Service Requests, but still able to pull the messages from the pop3 servers.
These CommInboundRcvr are running on newly installed Siebel s/w on WIN 2012 os
We verified few things on the server successfully able to create .evt files in siebsrvr\bin\queued and .txt and files in siebsrvr\bin\incoming folders but it fails to create an SR.

Symptoms

On : 8.1.1.11.16 [IP2013] version, Comms Server & Email Response

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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CommInboundRcvr not creating Service Request but able to pull the messages from the pop3 servers

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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CommInboundRcvr should be creating Service Request depending on config


Errrors:

ObjMgrLog Debug 5 00000102584e1750:0 2016-12-12 11:54:34 InvokeMethod: 'InsertRecord' returns error 'Unable to create record in buscomp "Mail Agent Activity".(SBL-CMI-00120) Unable to open compressed file (\\10.2.176.13\sbl_att\S_ACTIVITY_ATT_1-1893RN6E_1-35SMJ0B.SAF).'

Unable to open compressed file (\\10.2.176.13\sbl_att\S_ACTIVITY_ATT_1-1893RN6E_1-35SMJ0B.SAF).
Unable to open compressed file (\\10.2.176.13\sbl_att\S_ACTIVITY_ATT_1-1893RN6E_1-35SMJ0B.SAF).0*0*14*Siebel Message0*0*0*12*Resp Message0*
Unable to open compressed file (\\10.2.176.13\sbl_att\S_ACTIVITY_ATT_1-1893RN6E_1-35SMJ0B.SAF).

Changes

 servers were upgraded to Win 2012

Cause

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