I am currently unable to receive incoming mail in my Exchange 2010 Environment. it appears to be related to EdgeSyncronization, so i have ran test-edgesyncronization on the Hub Transport and it fails saying that "the edgesync lease has expired. Might indicate edgesync service is not running" looks to be the root of the issue..but i am unable to contact the EdgeSync Service to start it in shell. I setup a new Edge Subscription between my Edge Transport and Hub Transport/CAS but I still receive the same error. I have added both servers to each of their hosts files to be sure that the IPs are resolved, and created a record in DNS for the Edge Server. It just seems to be the EdgeSync which I cannot get started.
Okay so I was able to solve this issue on the THIRD attempt of what was in my mind the same steps.
- removed the edgesubscription from the Hub Transport in EMC
- on Edge Server, ran "new-edgesubscription -filename "c:\exchange3.xml"", and imported that new xml to the hub server edge subscriptions.
- restarted both servers
- on Hub Server, ran "start-edgesubscription" SUCCESS something about doing it three times, I don't know :)
*I already had both the Hub and Edge server Hosts files including the opposite server's ip and name, as well as an A name record set in DNS for the Edge Server. Firewalls were off but if not, then proper ports need to be allowed
We have a similar problem solved with sp1 for exchange 2010. Do you already installed it?
yes, I am actually working with R2 latest with rollup 4. I have re-subscribed the Edge Server in the Hub Transport, but cannot start the EdgeSync process– ChaseSep 2, 2010 at 21:24