Solving problems is all about wild speculation. >smile< (I am joking...) –Evan Anderson Feb 5 '11 at 22:58 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 1 down Would a Microsoft Exchange guy please help!!!!!! I also noticed that even if I could not find a solution one day, the next day Outlook seemed to connect just fine. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/compatibility/CompatCenter/ProductDetailsViewer?Type=Software&Name=Microsoft+Office+XP+Professional&Vendor=Microsoft&ModelOrVersion=10&Locale=1033&BreadcrumbPath=Microsoft+Office+XP+Professional&tempOsid=Windows%208 Vote Up00Vote Down ReplyNovember 15, 2013 9:40 amDiane PoremskyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleDon't confuse "not compatible" (or "not supported") with "doesn't work". http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2010/outlook-2010-exchange-2010-cannot-cancel-a-recurring-meeting-as-the-organizer.html
Nothing personal, dropping MS is just good business. The testexchangeconnectivity.com results that you had indicate that the server can't proxy requests from the front-end to the back-end services, so the problem lies somewhere there. –Bigbio2002 Nov 10 '11 at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office-2003-resource-kit/whitepaper-configuring-outlook-profiles-by-using-a-prf-file-HA001140305.aspx I find it odd that you can ping and resolve the FQDN but cannot connect with this client. Displaying a telescoping series How do I decline a simple task from a customer? Continued
Solution: Check access permissions for the recipient∆s mailbox as well as the message size. this would of course force all in/out traffic to a single device (in an environment where there are two SH)this will stop the asymmetrical traffic and thus remove connection forwarding out Just tossing it out there. 0 Sonora OP Scott6147 Jan 3, 2011 at 11:35 UTC I have tried restarting the profile, deleting the old one and starting a When I started using second Exchange Server address I had to buy new Office, because Outlook 2007 says that it can be only one Exchange Server type address.
Does anyone have an explanation to this? I am running out of options.Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) Outlook client 2010 and Exchange 2003 SP2 with Riverbed Steelhead in the middle Edwin Groothuis Oct 19, 2011 Select Basic Authentication for Proxy authentication settings. Reply Subscribe 13 Replies Serrano OP AndrewR Aug 15, 2012 at 8:10 UTC I know when I connected Outlook 2003 to exchange 2010 I had to manually check
Privacy statement ¬†¬© 2017 Microsoft. I am not sure if upgrade will solve the issue until I can understand why it happen.Hopefully, someone from Riverbed TAC with experience with issues like this can help me. Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) Re: Outlook client 2010 and Exchange 2003 SP2 with Riverbed Steelhead in the middle Chris Geary Oct 19, 2011 2:28 AM (in response to You pay for new Mercedes and you get old…Read more ¬ĽVote Up00Vote Down ReplyOctober 20, 2014 11:13 amDiane PoremskyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleOuch.
I then closed & reopened Outlook, and it connected properly! 0 Anaheim OP Jairus K. http://oit2.utk.edu/helpdesk/kb/entry/1825/ Aug 9, 2011 at 3:37 UTC I've had this issue a few times, this seems to do the trick: Go to Account Settings > Select Account > Change... > More Settings Reply Subscribe Best Answer Sonora OP Scott6147 Jan 4, 2011 at 11:34 UTC I am going to try the troubleshooting log to see if anything helpful comes from that but It Peter Bruzzese Andy Grogan Nuno Mota Henrik Walther Neil Hobson Anderson Patricio Jaap Wesselius Markus Klein Rui Silva Ilse Van Criekinge Books Hardware Mail Archiving Load Balancing Message Boards Migration Section
The user has Outlook 2007 client on Windows XP and the Exchange Server 2003 SP2 on Windows 2003. I set it up the same as I normally would for Outlook 2003 and sent him on his merry way. You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and TechNet forums.
Oops, something's wrong below. I am able to ping the server by name and IP, so it must be something with Exchange. We have a small business (ten people). Vote Up00Vote Down ReplyNovember 15, 2013 11:29 amscottShare On TwitterShare On GoogleThis is the LAST straw!
share|improve this answer answered Apr 4 '11 at 21:15 Scott 90311123 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Outlook 2010 works with Exchange 2003, that's 100% true. Looked exactly like the issues we had researched and which Evan had so kindly shared above but it was actually AVG as the culprit. Note that Outlook 2013 does not support connecting to an Exchange server using EAS. http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2010/outlook-2010.html If indeed one can only afford one license per user, would be forced to upgrade one's Exchange server, won't it?
Instructional Support Computer Labs Research Support Security Service Catalog Training About OIT| Contact Us| Employment| Policies OIT Home > OIT HelpDesk - Knowledge Base OIT HelpDesk - Knowledge Base Search Knowledge I get that exact same error message. Why is a biography of a comedian titled "Man on the Moon"? They should not do that.
MSPAnswers.com Resource site for Managed Service Providers. Check the properties of the mailbox your trying to access ?