Exchange 2007 constant application error event id 1000

Posted on 2009-02-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I rebooted my exchange 2007 server 4 days ago and ever since it has been logging these events at least 5 times a minute. There is nothing I have found anywhere that even describes the same issue. Any help would be great. Here are a few samples of the errors, none of them have been the same that I have seen.

type: error

user: N/A

computer: exchange

source: application error

category: (100)

event id: 1000

Faulting application RG46CE.EXE, version, faulting module RG46CE.EXE, version, fault address 0x0000f99d.

Faulting application YS4FDD.EXE, version, faulting module YS4FDD.EXE, version, fault address 0x0000f99d.

Faulting application RWCE0D.EXE, version, faulting module ntdll.dll, version 5.2.3790.3959, fault address 0x0004d233.

Question by:Mary Pat Conroy
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Expert Comment

ID: 23659087
What apps are these faulting binary files...EXEs associated with ?
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Expert Comment

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DO you have an AV software on the server?  If not you need to install some and run it - I would hazard a guess your exchange server is infected.

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by:Mary Pat Conroy
ID: 23660118
I cannot find anything that these are associated with...

I am running trend micro officescan and canmail on this server. I have run scans and it has found nothing...
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by:Mary Pat Conroy
ID: 23660135
scanmail not canmail

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by:Mary Pat Conroy
ID: 23663095
anyone else got an idea? several different scans came up empty.

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Mary Pat Conroy earned 0 total points
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This issue has worked itself out. Not really sure how it just did.

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