Exchange Server 2003 Exchange Services stopped working.

Hello!

I have a Windows SBS (2003), which is my domain controller and Exchange Server (2003) is installed. Arrived on site this morning only to discover that Outlook was not opening. Check the Small Business Server and it was running. However, most of the Exchange Services stopped running:

I tried to restart the services, but they kept not. I even rebooted a couple of times in hopes that I get lucky but luck was not on my side. Here is the error message and the system logs, I got the failure:

Windows could not start the Microsoft Exchange Information Store on the Local computer. For more information, see the system event log. If it is a non-Microsoft service, contact the service vendor and refer to service 0-specific error code.

In the system event log:

Source: Service Control Manager

Category: None

The event ID: 7024

Description: The Microsoft Exchange Information Store service stopped with the error special service 0 (0x0).

I also have a couple of events in the Application log:

Source: MSExchangeIS

Category: general

The event ID: 5000

Description: Could not initialize the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service. Failed to initialize security - error 0 x 80004005.

Source: MSExchangeSA

Category: Monitoring

The event ID: 9098

Description: "The analysis MAD thread was unable to read its configuration from the directory service, error ' 0x8007007e".

I tried to uninstall and reinstall the SMTP Protocol, but it did not help. I also watched some wires, but they seem not directly related to my question.

When I tried to start the STMP service, it is to get the error message: failed to start the service SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol () on the Local computer. Error 126: The specified module could not be found.

It's the system log:

Source: Service Control Manager

Category: None

The event ID: 7023

Description: SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol () service terminated with the following error: the specified module could not be found.

The server worked fine the day before and it did nothing for the server that I can recall which will trigger such.

I have TrendMicro Worry Free Business installed on the server but I also exclusion of files/folders to the Exchange folders / file (s). At this setting for a few years and nothing has changed. No update or something has been done since the last time it was running.

Although I have included one or two mistakes, I got messages and logs for all services failed.

Help!

This issue is beyond the scope of this site and must be placed on Technet or MSDN

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