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MS Exchange Event Service Fails to Start

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We are running MS Exchange Server 5.5 with Service Pack 4.
It is running on a Windows 2000 Server (Service Pack 2).

We recently rebooted the server after an anti-virus software patch was applied.

All MS Exchange Services started except for the MS Exchange Event service. The error reported is:

"Could not start the MS Exchange Event Serivice on the Local Computer. The service did not return an error. This could be an internal Windows error or an internal service error.

In addition, the Windows 2000 Event Viewer reports the error as "Event ID5, An unexpected MAPI error occurred. Error returned was 0x8004010f."

Any help would be appreciated.

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Try re-installing the service packs. The virus patch may have over written something. I'd try the Exchange sp4 first.
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Thanks
SP4 for Exchange was re-applied and fixed the issue.

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