Last night we applied Exchange SP3 to our Exchange 2000 Enterprise Edition in order to solve public folders not appearing in OWA problem. Doing tis instantly fixed this problem and the server appeared to be working normally - sending and receiving emails until 10am this morning. Then all of a sudden - no email access for any users!
M drive has disappeared entirely from Exchange machine and can not mount mailbox or public stores in Exchange Server Manager. The error that comes up tells us to restart either or both of IIS and Exchange services and try again. We did this and still the same problem.
A point to note is that last night before applying SP3 (for exchange) we played aroud a little with the HTTP virtual server anonymous login under exchange manager as well as the public folder virtual folder on IIS. We also added ISUSER_exchange user account to both of these. I am not sure if this has anyting to do with it or not..
This is an emergency and we would appreciate any help you can give.
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