Today’s tutorial is designed to help you if you receive a 1053 pop3 service error.
Last night, I shut down my Exchange 2003 VM, added a new VHD (for backup) and restarted it. Now I can no longer send POP3 emails using Outlook 2007.Outlook receives the following error message:
Task’[email protected] – Error while receiving (0x800CCC0F): “The connection to the server was lost. If the problem persists, contact your server administrator or Internet Service Provider (ISP). ‘
Does anyone know what is wrong? I just rebooted. I have not formatted the added hard drive. There are no strange errors in the event log.
I can still send emails using Outlook on port 25.
I can send and receive emails using OWA.
I can send an email to my phone (it takes about 15 minutes after sending the message, but I finally get it).
Microsoft Exchange POP3 service indicates that it is running. However, when I stop and try again, it doesn’t show that the Microsoft Exchange POP3 service didn’t start on the local computer.euter. Error 1053: The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely manner. ‘
I googled a bit and someone on exchangefreaks.com said that if I use the task manager to perform a task in inetinfo.exe, I can start the POP3 service normally.
Does anyone know what is causing this problem? At the moment I’m fine since I started the service, but if so, after every reboot …
requested on February 26, 2010 at 3:45 pm