Event ID - 7002

Event Id7002
DescriptionThis is an SMTP protocol warning log for virtual server ID number, connection #number. The remote host "%3", responded to the SMTP command "name" with "error message". The full command sent was "name". This may cause the connection to fail.
Event InformationAccording to Microsoft:
This event is logged when the Exchange server sends an SMTP command to a remote server and receives a response that is not valid. The virtual server ID indicates which SMTP virtual server issued the command. The remote host indicates the fully qualified domain name of the remote server that responded to the command. The actual command issued, and the response received, are also mentioned in the event. Possible causes for this event include faulty network card drivers and network cards that are configured incorrectly.
To resolve this error, try one or more of the following:
1. Make sure that the latest network card drivers and firmware are installed.
2. Run any network diagnostics software that was supplied with the network cards to verify that the network cards are functioning correctly.
3. If the network cards are configured to automatically detect the speed of the connected network, change the configuration to use a specific speed setting.
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