POP3 is not working in Microsoft Exchange Server

POP3 is not working on Microsoft Exchange Server

Check POP3 service Status:

Open Exchange Powershell and run the below command;

Get-ServerComponentstate -Identity SERVERNAME

Server

Component

State

SERVERNAME

ServerWideOffline

Active

SERVERNAME

HubTransport

Active

SERVERNAME

FrontendTransport

Active

SERVERNAME

Monitoring

Active

SERVERNAME

RecoveryActionsEnabled

Active

SERVERNAME

AutoDiscoverProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

ActiveSyncProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

EcpProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

EwsProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

ImapProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

OabProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

OwaProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

PopProxy

Inactive

SERVERNAME

PushNotificationsProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

RpsProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

RwsProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

RpcProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

UMCallRouter

Active

SERVERNAME

XropProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

HttpProxyAvailabilityGroup

Active

SERVERNAME

ForwardSyncDaemon

Active

SERVERNAME

ProvisioningRps

Active

SERVERNAME

MapiProxy

Active

SERVERNAME

EdgeTransport

Active

SERVERNAME

HighAvailability

Active

SERVERNAME

SharedCache

Active

 If you see the POP service state is inactive then you we need to set service state back to Active

 
Run the below command:
 
Set-ServerComponentState -Identity SERVERNAME -Component PopProxy -Requester HealthAPI -State Active

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