I have a single Exchange 2013 SP1 server that I cannot get POP3 or IMAP to work on. All Exchange roles are on this server.
I have started both the frontend and backend services for POP3 and IMAP and set their startup type to Automatic.
I have made sure that both services are bound to the correct NIC(S) in the EAC.
I have performed a Test-PopConnectivity and a Test-ImapConnectivity cmdlet with the attached results.
I have also attached the results of a Get-PopSettings and Get-ImapSettings cmdlet.
I've experimented with the LoginType attribute on the PopSettings with no success.
I found this article about AcceptedDomains. Mine have definitely been changed to match my configuration in Exchange 2010, with the root domain (domain.com) being the default. This is also the domain of my Exchange server.
The article mentions setting the domains back to the defaults. How do I go about doing that?
From an Outlook client, I simply receive a "Log onto incoming mail server (POP3): Outlook cannot connect to your incoming e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).
I enabled protocol logging for the pop3 service. After multiple attempts and service restarts, my log looks like the one attached - not much information.