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Outlook XP SP3 only receives mail manually from Exchange 2000

Q: Outlook XP SP3 only receives mail manually from Exchange 2000

Okay, here we go.

We're running Exchange on our domain here in the office.

One of the clients utilizes Office Outlook 2002 (XP) and only receives email whenever she attempts to write a new message, or clicks the 'Send/Receive' button.

I can find no where in the options on any of our other PCs utilizing Office 2002 (XP) where something would have changed on the clients PC.

Can anyone point me in the right direction??

Thank you-

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A: Outlook XP SP3 only receives mail manually from Exchange 2000

Try looking under "mail setup" in "tools", "options" look for "send receive"

I only have 2003 now so the exact locations may be different.

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I downloaded something from the internet and it totally screwed up my system. I had to format my hard drive.

I am very tired and sick of this computer. But I am almost whole again.

I was configuring Outlook 2000.

I want to get to the Outlook Setup Wizard. Specifically I want to be able to choose/use Microsoft Exchange Server and use those screens.

But all I can do is use Internet Mail Only.

I have deleted
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Messaging
Subsystem\Profiles\Microsoft Outlook Internet Settings

But it still setups with internet mail only.

I have deleted Office 2000 three times and reinstalled it. Once after deleting the HKEY.

I do not know how to remove/uninstall just Outlook 2000. I remove the complete Office 2000 Suite.

Basically, I want to get out of this Outlook 2000 Internet Only Mail Hell.

I just want my Outlook Wizard (Microsoft Exchange Server)... thanks!!!

P.S. This is an awesome site. Glad I found it.

A:Outlook 2000 Exchange Server/Internet e-mail


Welcome to TSG!

Open Outlook and go to Tools > Options > Mail Delivery.

At the bottom of the window, click the button labeled Reconfigure Mail Support... Select Corporate or Workgroup and follow the prompts.

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Here's my problem, perhaps someone has heard of this...

If I send html email (either copy/paste from the web, or formatted text in the email), from a WinXP/OfficeXP computer, it will be received incomplete by a Win98/Office 2000 computer, but it will be received complete by a WinXP/Office 2000 computer. I've updated Windows and Office with all necessary patches, but still have the same problem. I didn't find any knowledge base articles on this problem. Any ideas?

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I have just moved to China, where I am working, and I have connected to the internet via my phone line. My old internet account was a UK company, and my pop mail worked fine there. My Outlook is downloading all the pop mail from Yahoo, but it cannot send it. I get error messages talking about SMTP servers, etc. I would greatly appreciate any advice, as the internet is v.slow here, and takes a long time!
Peter Pirate

A:Outlook - receives pop mail but doesn't send.

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Hello, You all just helped me fix the vundo virus in one of your forums. I am sooo thankful for you all. I now have this email problem to tackle. Outllook Express has been working strangely for the last couple of months. Email can be received, but sometimes I can't send it. I'll get error messages and the email will sit in the outbox and then it will magically "send" when it was ready. Now for the last two days NO email can be sent at all. It just sits in the outbox until I finally delete it. I have three separate identities and none of them will send (only receive). I can send email through Yahoo, but not through OE, which is my primary email (and used for business). I have called my internet provider and we went through my account and checked and unchecked the proper boxes (I did this a few weeks ago). But now I am dead in the water. Any advice for me? I am running windows xp, service pack one.
Thank you kindly.
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Please direct me to the answer to my problem on Outlook 2007 which receives e-mail but won't sent e-mail.

A:Outlook 2007 receives e-mail but won't send

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Let us know if none of the above links help resolve your issue.

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I am using Windows XP and have a hotmail account with MSN. I use Outlook Express. I am receiving emails, apparently with no problem, but am unable to send anything. The following message appears:

Protocol:HTTPMail,Server Response:Forbidden,Port O,Secure(SSL):
N,Server Error:703,Error Number: 0x800CCC33

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I was asked if my system is secure enough to be sending Personal information and numbers through my Exchange server. I am assuming we just need to make sure we have some kind of e-mail encryption. How can I tell what encryption I have or how secure it is? Or how do I turn it on?

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OK i have a mail server setup on my exchange 2000 server, its the standard MS imap and smtp servers that are setup. I can receive email, It takes its time to arrive but i do receive it, but i can not send at all, when i check the properties in exchange system manager i seeing the error message....

Unable to deliver the remote message because the destination address was misconfigure as a mail loop.

i sometimes receive a delay notification email from postmaster saying the message will be delayed and sometimes the mail does get sent but not all of the time.

I hope someone can help with this problem.


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I am running Echange 2000 and about every 2 weeks the same user recieves a periodical from a magazine in his email box. The problem is the e-mail is corrupt and when a back-up is ran it says it fails, which actually it doesn't it just can't back up this one file. Is there a way I can delete that specific e-mail from that user from the exchange server. Basically, view all of his mail from the server and delete which ever e-mails I want from the server. I know I can jsut go to his machine and delete but his is either away from his machine or busy using it. This is just going to be a quick fix until I decide that I am going to block this e-mail.

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I have Windows XP on my computer, but still am using Outlook 2000.
Messages come in automatically at regular intervals, but when I send an email, I must click on the "SEND/RECEIVE" button, or it will sit there until I do! It doesn't send even when a new message is coming in.

What can I do to fix this?

A:Outlook 2000 auto-receives, but does not auto-send

Hi Indy and welcome to the forums,

I have no experience with Outlook 2000 unfortunately but I would assume you have a setting turned off - something along the lines of 'Send e-mails automatically'.

I think it would be in Tools > Options? I suggest just hunting around in there and checking various settings

Hope this helps,

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I have done everything...YES...everything to get Outlook to check my email manually. I have reinstalled and still nothing. I removed the accounts and created them again. Still nothing. The best I can do at this point is to set it to check the email accounts for 1 minute otherwise I will never get my email. It will auto check just fine, but if I am expecting an email it will not check it if I click send receive. I have tried selecting the separate accounts and tried selecting all accounts. Still nothing.

Suggestions welcomed...please.

A:Outlook 2003 - Won't check mail manually

Hi jcosner

For Outlook 2003,
Tools > Options > Mail Setup tab > Send/Receive... button
Is there a check mark in: Include this group in send/receive (F9) ?

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Sometimes I get the notification of new mail, but when I look in my Inbox, nothing is there. It either takes a while or nothing is there period. Why is this ? Thanks !!

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Why would it sometimes take 15 minutes to an hour to recieve an email even if it's from internally or from someone on the internet ? Do I need to clean out something in Outlook ? Something on the Server for that particular user ? Thanks !!

A:Outlook 2000 and Exchange 5.5

Is your Exchange Server patched pat SR2? The uses mailbox could be excessively large, you have it wide open to the internet and someone is bouncing relayed spam off of your server or you just have a bad connection. Chech your inbound and outbound queues to see if someone is relaying messages off of your server or why it sits in queue for so long.

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I am running Exchange 2000, with end-user's using Outlook XP or OWA. I need to forward all email received in a certain mailbox to an internet email address.

AD Users and Computers will allow me to forward it to another mailbox within Active Directory, but not an external email address.

Creating a rule in Outlook XP is unsuccessful, because the rule is not applied until Outlook is opened and the email is downloaded.

Any ideas/suggestions appreciated. I'm stumped.


A:Exchange 2000 / Outlook XP

Not necessarily. Creating a rule in Outlook XP can be successful if you're using C/W Outlook as a client for Exchange and if the new rule could be run either on the client or on the server.

A dialog box should have appear that says, "The rules on this machine do not match the rules on your Exchange server. Only one set of rules can be kept. You will usually want to keep the rules on the server.
Which rules do you want to keep?"
You're going to have three options, Client, Server, and Cancel.
Choose Server so the client computer doesn't need to be turned on.

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My computer is on an NT network with small business server. Everyone else can open their Outlook but I can't. My settings are the same. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

A:Outlook 2000/Exchange

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I have a little problem. The CEO of my company has two PCs. One in his office (NT4.0, Office2k pro) and one at home (Me, Office2k Pro, cable modem, Cisco VPN Client 3.1).

The problem is when he opens Outlook on his home computer, all the emails get sucked out of his inbox. I sent mail to his address, looked at it on his office pc, and after 2-3 minutes, it disappears.

This doesn't happen when his home pc is not running Outlook. Also it just started happening yesterday and nothing has been changed.

Does anyone have any ideas?

A:Exchange 5.5 Outlook 2000

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As soon as I log in my Exchange 5.5 server, all our employees using Outlook 2000 get a new mail notification, but there is no mail in the Inbox !! And I did not send any !! Why is this ?? Thanks !!

A:Outlook 2000 and Exchange 5.5

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I'm trying to move the pab file from Exchange into Outlook 2000. I've read several methods, none of which seem to work. I am unfamiliar with Outlook/Outlook Espress. Any assistance will be appreciated.


A:MS Exchange to Outlook 2000

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I just recently installed exchange server and my outlook 2000 clients are having a problem. Email works fine any everything, however when the user is in a new message, they want to call users from their contacts list.

When they click on the "To..." button to bring up their contacts list, all it displays is the global address lists for exchange server, it doesn't have their personal contacts.

Normally to fix this you'd go to the folder list in outlook, right click and go to properties, outlook address book tab, and select "
show this folder as an email address book".

However when I go do this that option is grayed out. I can't select it.

I thought it was a rights thing, because my users are logged in as domain users, but my administrator account can't change it either.

A:Outlook 2000 and Exchange 2000

Before you try to show the Contacts folder as an address book, go to Tools/Services and add the "Outlook Address Book". When you right-click the contacts folder the checkbox should no longer be grayed out.

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When you send an email, you have your choice of "Contacts: list:
1. Outlook Address Book
2. Global Address List
3. All Address List
All Address List -sub contacts..
4. Public Folders

And a few others:

I would like to deletea few "Contacts" list and add.


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Hey all-

We have just recently updated our user community from Office 2003 to Office 2007 and experiencing a strange problem with Outlook 2007. We are having instances where calendar items are "disappearing" off of people's calendars. I can check in their e-mail and see where they have accepted the meeting request and they say it had appeared but then the next day it would be gone. This is happening very infrequently. I checked with our managed provider to make sure that anti-virus was not scanning on the mailbox store drive as I had heard that sometimes this can cause an issue and they said that was indeed not scanning.

As anybody else had any experiences with this? We are running Exchange 2000 and plan on upgrading to Exchange 2003 in the next couple of months. Could it be some strange compatibility issue with Exchange 2000?

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When new users are added to our domain and log into a XP Pro workstation that has Outlook 2002 installed they are prompted for all of the Exchange server connection info. Up til recently all of this was unnecessary. Users were automatically connected to their mailboxes. As far as we can tell, we didn't change anything. Any ideas where I should be looking?

A:Exchange 2000 / Outlook 2002

Only roaming profiles are automatically set up.

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Hey all, hope you can help.
I have just reinstalled small business server 2000 on a server, and all was running fine. Exchange has suddenly stopped routing mail to the internal clients. The POP3 connector appears to be pulling mail in fine (I have tested it, and the hosted POP3 account is being dequeued when Exchange synchronises), but it's not getting pulled into Outlook by any of the 6 clients PC's on the Network, so remaining on the server quque. It is not being routed to the PRIV1 file in Exchsvr.
I have logging set to maximum, and I can't locate the problem. Maybe Backoffice issue? Appreciate the help anyway.

A:Small Business Server 2000 - Exchange mail routing problem

Are you using the built in pop3 connector or is this a third party application? Does your pop3 host offer you a web based utility to check emails? Is exchange leaving them on the server there or is it deleting them out? Are you seeing where in the server they are actually stuck in a que? Have you ensured all exchange services you need are started? Have you also checked basic network/internet connectivity of this server?

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I work for a large company. Because of their licensing arrangement, they gave me permission to download/install MS Office 2000. I did so over the internet. I wanted to create a profile to connect to their Exchange Server. However - from the control panel - under "Mail" - its comments read "Microsoft Outlook Profiles". It does not permit the creation of the proper profile. I have another PC, which already had Office 2003 on it. On the control panel, the comments for "Mail" read "Microsoft Office Outlook Profiles". Note the word Office. From there I could create a profile to connect to the server. It's as if on the first PC it didn't recognize that Office had been installed. How can I get it to connect?

BTW, both have Windows XP Home SP2 on them.

A:Can't connect Outlook 2000 to Exchange Server

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I am running exchange 2000 on a windows 2000 platform with outlook 2000 as my editor. I have set the delivery restrictions for the user to the default. I have set the mailbox store for no limit. However, I still cannot send large email files even in-house. Am I missing a limit somewhere? Also I am not using the disk quota tool on any drives. Any Ideas would be appreciated. Trevor

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Does anyone know of a good method of moving all events from the Personal Folders Calendar to the Exchange Server Mailbox Calendar? I am using Outlook 2000. Please advise.

A:Outlook 2000 - Exchange Server environment


Open your pst calendar. View it so that you see a LIST of all events. Click on one of the events and hit ctrl-a. This should highlight (select) all events.

Click on the server-side calendar folder, and hit Paste.

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1. Exchange account and password ok, can setup the account
on another computer, no problem.

2. Problem computer: XP Pro all service packs.
P4 1.5 Intel motherboard
Outlook 2002

3. Problem: Opening outlook, enter username, passord, domain.

Message: Your logon information was incorrect. Check our
username and domain..... etc..

4. Is there a file that needs to be deleted or edited on the user
computer ?

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Our office has 7 PCs linked peer to peer running Win XP, Only One accesses the internet through ISDN and they can all see each other and are all running Office XP.

Our boss wants to share the Outlook calenders which I believe can only be done if we are running a mail server such as Exchange.

Is it possible to install exchange on one of these PCs without us running a Windows 2000 server. in other words can we just install it on one of the Win XP machines or do I have to fork out for a server and run the office from that.

If its possible why does Exchange keep saying that it cant find windows 2000 server and then refusing to install or is that solved using the patch on Microsofts site. Is this an error with the Trial version of MS exchange.

A:Win XP, Outlook, exchange 2000 and sharing calenders

Microsoft Exchange is a Windows Server product. It CAN NOT operate under a desktop operaing systems such as Windows XP.

In order to implement Exchange 2000 or 2003, you require a Windows 2000 or 2003 Server with Active Directory.

Exchange 5.5 will operate under Windows NT4.0 Server, but again you must create a Domain for this to function correctly.

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I have users running Outlook 2000 on Windows XP Pro and Windows 2000 Pro. Our Exchange 5.5 server is on a Windows 2000 Server.

Randomly, end users lose connection to the exchange server, and the only way to get it back is to do a ipconfig /release and /renew or reboot the machine. I cannot blame it on a switch or hub because they are all running on different ones.

Has anyone run into something like this. I was all over google.com and couldnt find anything on it. Of course 5.5 is no longer supported and it will be a while before we have the opportunity to upgrade.

I have tried everything short of a network sniffer tool(which purchasing is not an option).

Thanks for reading and I thank you in advance for any/all input.

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Microsoft Outlook Web Access is a tightly integrated component of Exchange 2000. Enhancements to Exchange 2000 architecture dramatically affect Outlook Web Access functionality, specifically increased scalability and functionality. This technical article addresses Outlook Web Access in Exchange 2000, focusing on the architecture and deployment of Outlook Web Access
System Requirements

Minimum Requirements - Adobe Acrobat 4.0 Reader

Operating System - Windows 95 & 98, NT 4.0 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP




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i've just installed vmware on a windows 2000 machine running win98 as the virtual machine, and now outlook wont connect to the server.

the error message is ....... the microsoft exchange address book was unable to log on to the microsoft exchange server.

the weird thing is, all the networking is ok. vmware is fine for browsing the network( no email installed within vmware)

all my mapped drives are fine.
i can ping internal and external ip addrersses and the nic works!

would anybody know where this error stems from?


win 2000 sp2
pIII 1.5ghz
128 meg pc133
20 gigi hdd
office 2000 sp2

A:{RESOLVED}connect to exchange 5.5 with outlook 2000


Have a look at this:




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This article is intended for Exchange 2000 or Outlook Web Access administrators who are familiar with HTTP and basic Microsoft Windows 2000 concepts. A familiarity with Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) will also aid troubleshooting.
Use the five steps presented in this article to troubleshoot the most common Outlook Web Access logon errors. These steps help you to determine:
What type of error you may have
What the error means
Possible causes for the error
System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Minimum Requirements - Microsoft Word 2000 or later


I've also popped some in Networking, but they may be off better in here. Oh, well



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Exchanger server 2003
ms outlook 2000


Hello Everyone, we have a user who is experencing something very unusual with her mailbox account.

Apparently, when she sends email to certain people (people outside of our domain), and when the recipent tries sending back a reply message to her, she does not receieve the reply email.

I then asked her to CC me on her email, and have the replier of the email to "REPLAY ALL" when sending his/her reply back to our user, to see if at least I was receiving the reply.

As it stands, I am able to recieve the reply email, however our user (who iniated the email) does not recieve the reply (so for the time being I am forwarding these replies over to our user, which she recieves).

I have checked her mailbox options, she is below her mailbox limit (limit = 200 mb, currently at 128 mb), I have also increased her ability to send and recieve attachments up from 8 mb, to 15 mb.

Even with all of these changes she cannot recieve a reply back for her email.

I will try setting her email up with personal folders, to reduce her mailbox size, as well as deleting her email profile on her computer, and then re-creating it to see if it makes any difference.

I welcome all input/suggestions, any help/advice would be greatly appreciated on this matter, thanx again all!!

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im having a issue with a outlook 2000 user cannot connect to exchange server 2000, ive recreated local account, disjoin domain, change name on pc, tried other users and no go. Seems theres some registry screwup thats not allowing pc to use exchange, any suggestions?

A:Solved: Outlook 2000 client cant connect to Exchange server..

FYI, it seems the pc was missing some registry pieces for RPC.
Heres the link from ms: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;325930

Once i fixed what was missing . it all works again, i can connect a user through the pc to exchange...

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I can send e-mail, but recipient never receives it. I get no error message, its like the e-mail goes through fine on my end.

Then I talk to the recipient and find out no matter who I send to, they don't get my E-mail. I can't even send mail to myself. I have multiple accounts in my house, its the same for all. I just noticed this a few days ago.

It seems to be a different problem from the other issued on this board because there is no error message, and the fixes (new port) didn't work.

Any suggestions? I can go on comcasts web mail and it sends fine and I can send from my iphone and laptop.


A:I can send e-mail, but recipiant never receives it. No Errors. Windows Vista Mail.

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Hey Everyone,

I have a client who was on a hosted exchange server with two email addresses. I moved them to another host, which has pop mail. I backed up their exchange mailboxes, deinstalled outlook, reinstalled outlook, and then imported their emails from the .pst file.

Now I have some crazy stuff happening, where it is still trying to send new emails from the exchange account, won't log ino the pop account, and some other stuff. There must be remnants of exchange left somewhere. I took in a fresh laptop, duplictaed the pop accounts in it, and all works fine. So the problem appears to be within the desktop.

Any ideas? Thaks all.

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Good afternoon Tech gurus,

Here is our setup:
Windows Small Business Server 2003 (handles DHCP, DNS, AD, Exchange, etc)

The CEO of the company has SOME e-mails showing up as read in his Outlook e-mail and others as unread in Outlook 2003.

Under Tools>Options>Other. Under 'Reading Pane' The option 'Mark items as read when viewed in the Reading Pane' is disabled (unchecked). (In Outlook)

There are a few rules established (Those rules all they do is if an e-mail from so and so comes in, it moves it to a folder within inbox). (In Outlook)

The CEO has an iPhone which is setup to access e-mail via POP3 (not via Exchange)

Does anyone have a clue as to why this would happen? This is very weird and I've checked a few forums with no luck.

Thanks guys.

A:Exchange e-mail in Outlook shows up as read

Confirmed that it is not the iPhone that marks the e-mail as read.

One thing to mention is that the user receives e-mails in chunks at a time (meaning that they come in in batches, then he stops receiving e-mails) after the batch comes in, some of them are read.

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I was just installing a new laptop for one of our employees. Everything seemed to go just fine, untill he logged in and started Outlook. On his old laptop (which he's still using till I get the new one up and running 100%) he has full access to his mailbox with Outlook 2000 connected to an Exchange 2000 server. When he opens Outlook on the new laptop, all he gets is an empty mailbox. None of his mail that is stored on the Exchange server is shown. This is the first strange thing.

Second, if he sends a testmail from his old laptop to his own email address, it shows up on the new client for about 10 seconds, before it disappears, and then a few seconds later it shows up in outlook on the old laptop - and there is no trace of the email on the new laptop.. (both laptops had outlook open).

Anyone experienced anything like this? And solved it?

A:[SOLVED] Strange behavior of one users mailaccount (Exchange/Outlook 2000)

It sounds like the old laptop has been configured to deliver the mail to a pst on the hard drive. Right click on the Outlook icon and go to properties, select the Exchange Server then select the Delivery tab.

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I have one user who opens an email, closes it, then minimizes outlook, does other work, then returns to outlook and viola, that email is no longer there. I can't seem to find any rules or preferances to address this. Thx

A:Outlook 2003 w/Exchange 6.5 deleting mail once opened

Welcome to the forum. I have not seen this before. Have you tried blowing up his profile and redoing it?

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So, I leave my outlook open all the time so that i can tell when i get a message, but when it gets it, it deletes it from the server. I need to access it sometimes from another computer, but am now unable to do that. microsoft just says this shouldnt happen. any ideas.

A:Outlook 2003 Exchange Delete Mail from Server

In Outlook - Tools - Email Accounts - View or Change existing email accounts - Next - select the account from the list (if more than one) - Change - More Settings - Advanced - tick "leave a copy of messages on the server"

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on win 2000 lan connected to isdn server 2 out of seven machines show new mail in the systray, but there are none in the in box.
any help please
regards Alan

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Hi guys,

I'm working Exchange 2003 on Server 2003 with Win XP Pro clients.

The problem is that when a user logs on to a machine they haven't used before (we use roaming profiles) and starts Outlook 2003, they are prompted to enter all the Email account data, - i.e. select MS Exchange Server, enter server name, user name etc.- depsite having done so on at least one computer before.

Is this just the way it goes or is there something I can do that would enable this data to be carried and implemented with the roaming profile?

I wonder about the 'Enable Cached mode' checkbox that appears when entering this data. By default it's ticked.

Many thanks in advance.

A:Roaming profiles not carrying Exchange/Outlook 2003 mail settings

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I use Outlook 2007 for my work e-mail that uses Microsoft Exchange Server. I also have another part-time job with an SMTP e-mail address and two (2) personal POP3 e-mail accounts. I want to have all of them under Outlook 2007 but am concerned that the primary work Microsoft Exchange Server e-mail will "see" my other personal e-mail accounts. Is this the case and, if so, how can I prevent the Exchange server from viewing my POP3 e-mail addresses?


A:Preventing MS Exchange Server from seeing POP3 persoanl mail in Outlook 2007

Oops ... in the header, persoanl = personal.

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The utilities included in this toolkit enable Microsoft Exchange administrators and Microsoft OutlookŪ users to convert legacy cc:Mail directory information to Microsoft Exchange. Some of the tools in the kit (such as QuickDL and DirPop) are also useful for migration from other mail systems. Below is a listing of the tools provided in this toolkit, along with a brief description of its purpose. For more detailed information, download the cc:Mail Directory Migration Toolkit documentation in the dmt16doc.exe file.

Included in the Toolkit:

DirPop. This Exchange Event Script uses Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) to update a user's Exchange directory entry from data submitted on an e-form.

QuickDL. Use this tool to quickly create an Exchange Distribution List (through ADSI) to hold all users on a cc:Mail/Microsoft Mail Post Office/Exchange Server in the Site.

ML2DL. This in-place conversion tool takes cc:Mail Mailing Lists and converts them to Exchange Distribution Lists (uses ADSI).

PMLExtr. Use this tool to extract user's cc:Mail Private Mailing Lists into common format files, ready for import.

PML2PDL. This user-driven utility takes an output file from PMLExtr and migrates the data to the Outlook PAB or Contacts Folder (uses CDO).

CC8Priv. This tool extracts private directory information from a client using cc:Mail Release 8.x and migrates the data to Outlook.

PRIVDIRU. This user-driven utility performs a direct conversion of ... Read more

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In Exchange 2000, as in Exchange 5.5, a public folder is a storage container for messages or information shared among all users in your organization. Public folders can still contain different types of information, and they are still part of the information store that Exchange clients and Web browsers can access. Now, Microsoft Office 2000 and custom applications can also access Exchange public folder stores. You can open and save documents directly in the public folder stores.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP

Microsoft Word 2000 or later



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