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Microsoft Exchange Transport Services Won't Start

Open PowerShell with the Exchange PowerShell CMD Tool

Check the Health of Exchange:
Test-ServiceHealth

Check the Exchange Database Status:
Get-MailboxDatabase -Status | Format-List name,server,mounted

Check the Queues:
Get-Queue | Select Identity,Status,MessageCount

Open up Event Viewer and Read the logs and check what's going on. If you cannot start the EdgeSync Service. Re-Add:

New-EdgeSyncServiceConfig - Site YourSitesandServicesLocation

Start --> Run --> services.msc

Re-Start the services. If Microsoft Filtering is hung. Bounce the server. Mail should start flowing again. If not...Microsoft Support is your friend. Don't take all day...troubleshoot what you can and then bow humbly, give up and call support. Your busy right?

Microsoft US Support: 1 (800) 642-7676
Microsoft US Support (URL): https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/assistedsupportproducts

Mount Exchange Database

Mount-Database -identity Domain\Exchange Server Name\ mailbox name

Get-Server *Exchange* | Start-Service
Get-ServerHealth -Identity Domain\Exchange Server Name
Get-ServerComponentState -Identity Domain\Exchange Server Name
Get-DomainController | fl name,adsite
Get-TransportAgent
Get-AcceptedDomain
Get-ExchangeServer | fl name,admindisplayversion,serverrole,site Add=PSSnapin *exch*


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