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Moved Exchange 2013 VM to new host and moved databases to new drive. Now mail won't send.

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I'm in the process of setting up Exchange 2013. I just moved it to a new ESXi host and after everything loaded up, I created two new disks, three new databases and moved the database and log files to the new drives. Everything seemed to work well and they mounted. However, now, when I try sending an e-mail, it no longer goes through, although it appears in my Sent Items in Outlook. I stopped Transport and moved the old queue files, but that didn't help, nor did a reboot.

I can't seem to figure out what could be causing the issue.

I"m currently on SP1.
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Is this your only exchange server?  Have you just moved the VM to a new host?

Is the network adapter and IP address the same?  can the exchange server access external network. Firewall rules etc?

I would check your event logs for any errors and ensure all services are running.

If there are other exchange servers in your environment, then the issue may be a transport layer issue.
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Delete lan adopter and try to add next one.
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