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Event ID: 1194 Source: MSExchangeIS

Accept clients on external interface <interface name> failed with error <error code>.
As per Microsoft: "This protocol used to access the database could not be initialized". See MSEX2KDB for more information about this event.
- Error: 0x80004005 - See ME250926, ME298944 and ME828938 and the link to Error code 0x80004005.
- Error: 0x4b1 - See ME836565.

Error: MAPIRPC - 0x4b1 - "This issue can occur if the Exchange Server services have not been configured to run in the Inetinfo.exe tool; these services are configured to run in the Dllhost.exe tool, or they are not configured to run in any tool. This issue typically occurs if you removed Internet Information Services (IIS) from a computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server or Mobile Information Server (or both), and then you reinstalled IIS, but you did not reinstall Exchange Server or Mobile Information Server. " See ME296765 for resolution.

Error: POP3, NNTP, IMAP4 - 0x80004005 - "This issue can occur if another program is using the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port that the information store uses for the corresponding protocol. If a program is already using port 110, 119 or 143, the information store is unable to open these ports for the Post Office Protocol, version 3 (POP3), Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) or Internet Message Access Protocol, version 4rev1 (IMAP4) protocols respectively." See  ME271275 for more details. If you don't have at least Windows NT 4.0 SP5 then you may be affected by the problem described in ME214864.

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