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Hello, I've got an exchange email server on a Win Server 2003 and for 2 days in a row now I had to re-boot the server in the morning to have the service on. I could not see anything in the monitor, the server seemed to be on, I checked the power options and the settings are for it to be on all the time as well. All day long I don't have any trouble with it, but I'm not sure what happens at some point in the night that the service goes down. Any ideas?

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  • panchoga1209 Mar 16, 2011

    Hi, where exactly can I check Error Log in the email server manager? I'm sorry, I'm new in this area, thanks

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What is the name of the service that turns off? There is an event log that keeps track of the cause of the problems affecting services. Did you check that too?

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