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Hello

sbs2011 can not open the pop3 connector even if the service is  started.

see   attach file for error.
pop3 error
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by:dan_blagut
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Hi
And the event log say what?

Dan
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Did you try to manually start the POP3 service?

Is the server up to date with Exchange Service Packs and Rollups?
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by:johnnypt
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see the disk space. I think you must have at leat 10% of free space
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