Event ID - 60378

Event Id60378
DescriptionDirectory Synchronization Export is complete. MS.DXAMEX successfully exported 0 entries, and had problems exporting 0 entries.
Event InformationAccording to Microsoft:
This issue may occur if Exchange 2000 queries a global catalog server for the Exchange 2000 updates, but the global catalog server is unavailable or no longer exists.
When the first directory synchronization cycle for a foreign connector is complete, the connector must send a list of Exchange 2000 objects. These objects are in the organizational unit that is specified on the Export tab in the properties of the connector. The connector creates this list of users by contacting a global catalog server to obtain this information. All of the other directory synchronization cycles also try to contact the same global catalog server from that point on.
The global catalog server that the connector tries to contact to obtain updates is stored in the msExchServer1NetwordAddress attribute. After the msExchServer1NetworkAddress attribute is set in Active Directory, the msExchServer1NetworkAddress attribute is not changed, no matter what changes are made to the network topology.
To resolve this issue, identify the global catalog server that the connector is trying to contact for updates, and then change the msExchServer1NetworkAddress attribute to reflect the name of a working (or local) global catalog server. This data is in the msExchServer1NetworkAddress attribute for these connectors in Active Directory.
Use ADSI Edit (in the Microsoft Windows 2000 Support Tools on the Windows 2000 Server CD) to change the msExchServerServer1NetworkAddress attribute on the connector.
1. Start ADSI Edit, and then locate the connector that is experiencing the directory synchronization issue. Expand the Configuration folder, expand the Services folder, and then expand the Microsoft Exchange folder. Expand the Domain folder, expand the Administrative Groups folder, expand the First Administrative Group folder, expand Routing Groups, expand First Routing Group, and then expand Connections.
2. Locate the connector o
Reference LinksDirectory synchronization from Exchange 2000 to a foreign mail system fails in Exchange 2000

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