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I have just converted a Hyper V  Microsoft Exchange virtual machine to an ESXi virtual machine. The machine comes up , however when mails are sent by users they get stuck in the submission queue. All the relevant services have been started. Any Ideas
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Do you have free disks space?

do any event logs report errors?
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by:Lee W, MVP
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Just a guess based on an odd recent 2003 problem. Rebuild the smtp send connector.
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did you restart the server after  its was converted from hyperv to esx
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This happen to me just week ago. We have Exchange 2007 running on Hyper-V and attached with HP Left Hand Storage. The email queue was stuck until 7++++ mails. After checking on Exchange CAS/HTS and Mailbox server, there was no problem on these servers, nothing had been changed. The mail queue DB still have a lof free space. What we solve this problem is restart the HP Left Storage. Once restarting the storage, everthing work as normal.
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Thanks , We did a a second restart and realized the gateway information was gone . Once we corrected that it came back up. Thanks for the help.
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Solution was accurate
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