Event ID - 31019

Event Id31019
DescriptionAll required exchange server processes are not running.
Event InformationAccording to Microsoft:
This issue may occur when there is information in the Exchconn.ini file that is not correct.
1. Start a text editor, such as Notepad, and then open the Exchconn.ini file.
2. The information in the CONTROL section of the Exchconn.ini file must appear.
3. The information in the LME section of the Exchconn.ini file must appear as follows, where Organization is your organization name, SiteName is the name of your Exchange site, and ExchangeServerName is the name of your Exchange server.
4. Verify that the LME-NOTES section has the correct Lotus Notes foreign domain information.
5. Save the Exchconn.ini file, and then quit Notepad.
6. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
7. Locate and then click the following registry subkey:
8. Verify that the following value appears in the ImagePath entry:
Drive:\ EXCHSRVR\Connect\Exchconn\lscntrl.exe -cexchconn.ini -nCONTROL-SERVICE -pCONTROL-SERVICE -lDrive:\EXCHSRVR\Connect\Exchconn -vMSExchangeCoCo
If the value does not appear, modify it. To do this, click ImagePath, click Modify on the Edit menu, type that value in the Value data box, and then click OK.
9. Stop and then restart the Exchange Connectivity Controller.
10. Stop and then restart the Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes.
Reference LinksThe Exchange Connector for Lotus Notes stops and you receive a "The instruction at 0x00E26E1E referenced memory at 0x00000000" error message in Exchange Server 5.5

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