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exchange is down

Exchange is down. I am getting this message "The FTP Publishing Service service terminated with the following error:
Incorrect function." Event id: 7023.
it is the same message for NNTP, SMTP

also, I am getting "The Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) service terminated with the following error:
The system cannot find the file specified. " Event id: 7023

also, When I try to start the service the following message is displayed
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Microsoft Management Console
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Could not start the Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 service on Local Computer.



Error 1083: The executable program that this service is configured to run in does not implement the service.
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OK  
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Also, the following for POP3

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Microsoft Management Console
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Could not start the Microsoft Exchange POP3 service on Local Computer.



Error 1083: The executable program that this service is configured to run in does not implement the service.
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OK  
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sjsAuthor Commented:
For reference I followed MS's: Q277770 for event id: 7000  " The Microsoft Exchange POP3 service failed to start due to the following error:
The executable program that this service is configured to run in does not implement the service."
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kevalaCommented:
Have you tried running setup to reinstall those just those components,..then reapplying the service pack?
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sjsAuthor Commented:
kevala,
I got it fixed.  IIS was corrupt. I'm sorry I did not get a chance to post my progress earlier.  I'm almost finished.

Thanks,
Joseph
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sjsAuthor Commented:
Now I can't telnet to port 25 or 110 from the server itself, or another workstation.  I don't get any errors in event log.  All services have started. anyone has any suggestions?

Thanks,

Joseph
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sjsAuthor Commented:
Now I can't telnet to port 25 or 110 from the server itself, or another workstation.  I don't get any errors in event log.  All services have started. anyone has any suggestions?

Thanks,

Joseph
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kevalaCommented:
If you are running less than service pack 2, you must reinstall Exchange and re-apply the service pack everytime you remove and add SMTP back.

If you are at service pack 2, then you need to run the "SMTP re-install" utility from service pack 2!
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sjsAuthor Commented:
I still can't telnet to port 110. I had already reinstalled IIs and exchange, and exchange sp1. I have windows sp2 on there. Are you reffering to exchange sp or windows sp?  
thanks,
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sjsAuthor Commented:
I still can't telnet to port 110. I had already reinstalled IIs and exchange, and exchange sp1. I have windows sp2 on there. Are you reffering to exchange sp or windows sp?  
thanks,
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sjsAuthor Commented:
Ok, I'm able to telnet now to 110.  But still can not recieve email.
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kevalaCommented:
what about port 25? are the messages getting queued up?
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sjsAuthor Commented:

It is all working now.  Basicaly, I had to remove IIS, reinstall it, reinstall exchange, install exchange SP. I believe there was a virus on the machine.  When I applied the IIS patches things seemed to work.  I really can't tell what it caused it to crash, but there was a folder of over 10GB that should have been 450 MB.

Although I got it fixed,  you still diserve the points, because I was too envolved in getting it fixed where it kept me from checking the comments as often. We were on the same track, and I appriciate you help.



Thanks,

Joseph
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komkridCommented:
According to comment form sjs, i can remove and reinstall IIS but i can't remove or re install exchange please find an error "you can't install this product on a computer running windows professional" even it is Windows server 2003 std.
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