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alamine



Joined: 06 Aug 2007
Posts: 1

PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2006 9:53 am    Post subject: DCOM issue, event id 10009, Exchange server not able to deli Reply with quote

Hi,
i have an exchange 2000 server behind an ISA 2000 firewall and yesterday the
server could not connect and delivers message to some remote hosts. There is
no entry in the SMTP logs. the Exchange server's system event logs where
showing the below messages:

Event Source : DCOM
Event IDt : 10009
Date : 06/09/2006
Time : 15:40:49
User : INTRABICEC\Administrateur
Computer : BICEC-EXCH
Description :
DCOM could not communicate witth computer bay0-mc9-f7.bay0.hotmail.com by
using the configured protocols.

Event Source : DCOM
Event IDt : 10009
Date : 06/09/2006
Time : 14:46:05
User : INTRABICEC\Administrateur
Computer : BICEC-EXCH
Description :
DCOM could not communicate witth computer rpi0i001.laposte.fr by using the
configured protocols.

later on the server was again able to communicate with those remote hosts,
this is an recurring issue and i would like to understand the source of this
for me to prevent it to happen in the future. Can someone please assist me?

Thanks,

lamine

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Leif Pedersen [MVP]



Joined: 05 Aug 2007
Posts: 193

PostPosted: Sat Sep 09, 2006 1:58 pm    Post subject: Re: DCOM issue, event id 10009, Exchange server not able to Reply with quote

Hi,

See if this helps:
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=10009&eventno=579&source=DCOM&phase=1

Leif

"alamine" wrote in message @microsoft.com...
> Hi,
> i have an exchange 2000 server behind an ISA 2000 firewall and yesterday
> the
> server could not connect and delivers message to some remote hosts. There
> is
> no entry in the SMTP logs. the Exchange server's system event logs where
> showing the below messages:
>
> Event Source : DCOM
> Event IDt : 10009
> Date : 06/09/2006
> Time : 15:40:49
> User : INTRABICEC\Administrateur
> Computer : BICEC-EXCH
> Description :
> DCOM could not communicate witth computer bay0-mc9-f7.bay0.hotmail.com by
> using the configured protocols.
>
> Event Source : DCOM
> Event IDt : 10009
> Date : 06/09/2006
> Time : 14:46:05
> User : INTRABICEC\Administrateur
> Computer : BICEC-EXCH
> Description :
> DCOM could not communicate witth computer rpi0i001.laposte.fr by using the
> configured protocols.
>
> later on the server was again able to communicate with those remote hosts,
> this is an recurring issue and i would like to understand the source of
> this
> for me to prevent it to happen in the future. Can someone please assist
> me?
>
> Thanks,
>
> lamine

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