One of the best ways to begin troubleshooting is to check your logs. Here is a script that you can create that provides a timestamp of the current problems and then will email you that data to a a chosen email account.
# Check Logs, Mail Output with Timestamp
egrep ‘(warning|error|fatal|panic):’ /var/log/maillog > /root/mail_$TIMESTAMP
cat /root/mail_$TIMESTAMP | /usr/sbin/sendmail -f root firstname.lastname@example.org
Warning - This is an error that will not stop Postfix but that should be fixed. However, there may be warning errors that are a problem but not specific to Postfix, like DNS errors.
Error - Again this will not prevent Postfix from starting but after 13 errors, Postfix is designed to not start, so pay attention to these errors.
Fatal – These are errors that involve a bad configuration, incorrect permissions or a software issue that could be fixed. These are errors that you need to do some research on to solve the problem.
Panic – These are errors with the software that likely you cannot fix unless you recompile the program differently. Postfix will not start until these are fixed.