MSExchangeTransport 5015 and 5016

Posted on 2011-10-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Getting these messages in the event log after I removed the RGC while completing my migration from 2003 to 210.

One of the connectors it references is the "Internet Mail" connector while I can still see and the other is an old connector that has not existed for many years from an old phone Octel phone system. I found them in ADSI edit and the "Internet Mail" connector shows up still in 2010 in the HT | send connetors section. can I just disable or remove that one and delete the Octel connector via ADSI Edit?

Our mailflow seems uneffected, I tested it and watched the queue's ... don't see anything indicating that there is any kind of queue backup or flow issues.

but I know how touchy this thing can be so I was wondering if anyone else out there has run into something similar to this and can shed some light on it. I have worked too hard on this to just start guessing. =)

Question by:criggs6878

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    Update to the origional question.. In the ESM on  2003 there is a server listed in the first routing group that has not been around for several years. I think it was an exchange 2000 server. If I just remove it form the ESM on 2003 will it remove that connector?
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    run this command

    rundll32.exe keymgr.dll, KRShowKeyMgr
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    sorry above post was by mistake

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    contact MSFT support.

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