SMTP Service fails with error 562 then a error 7023 after uninstall of exchange 2003 How to reset SMTP??

Hi all, I uninstalled our last legacy exchange 2003 from the single Server 2003 DC. Uninstall went fine, however now I see tat the SMTP service cannot start with error 562 "Cannot Load Advanced queuing module. It does try to start on next event, then stops. and gives me a error 7023 " cannot find module".
Seems that the uninstall should have reset SMTP Service?? Exchange 2003 uninstall may have removed this module that Server 2003as using?? Any help appreciated.
Jim SmartAsked:
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K BCommented:
This is probably the SMTP that is available with IIS. if you don't need it then you can uninstall it as well.
K BCommented:
It uninstall and reinstall it if you so desire.
Let me know the result please

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Jim SmartAuthor Commented:
Ok I'll try this uninstall first. Thanks for the quick reply.
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Jim SmartAuthor Commented:
Yes, uninstall from IIS then reinstall solved the problem!! Thankyou much.
Jim SmartAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for tech2tech's comment #a40816463

for the following reason:

He pointed me right to the issue. I am thankful.
Jim SmartAuthor Commented:
This is my first post so am not sure I did  process the reward proper. Anyway thanks to all.
K BCommented:
Actually you don't want to "close" the question you want to click on the answer that helped your solve and click "accept as solution" please.
K BCommented:
My comments resolved the issue.
Jim SmartAuthor Commented:
I humbly apologize YES!! YES!!! Your comments did solve the issue and I inadvertently clicked No on the question DID the Experts comment solve the issue? Only I could not see where to back out once I clicked no.
SO To the Moderator, PLEASE accept my reply to award KB the points!!!
I'll be more careful on my mouse clicks next time and perhaps you can show me how to back out of the question if No gets clicked accidentally.
Respectfully tech2tech
Jim SmartAuthor Commented:
KB's reply to my question was very prompt and accurate. I simply went to the add/remove features in control panel and uninstalled then reinstalled the IIS SMTP Service. THANKS KB
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