Overview / Purpose
This issue was seen while working a Global Address List (GalSync) solution where we are provisioning mail-enabled contacts to Microsoft Exchange 2010. You can see in the Synchronization Service Manager console, that the Export step fails with
a stopped-dll-exception status.
*NOTE: It is important to note, that you can see this same issue when doing an export to Exchange 2010 with an Active Directory Management Agent solution.
Find the object in Active Directory using ADSIEDIT, or a tool that you can use to modify attributes
Clear the attribute values for msExchRecipientDisplayType and
msExchRecipientTypeDetails Execute the Export Step again, allowing the FIM GalSync Solution to update the object