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(Solved) Outlook XP / Outlook 2003 beta problems...with Exchange 2003

Q: (Solved) Outlook XP / Outlook 2003 beta problems...with Exchange 2003

I have the same problem in both applications (outlook XP/2003 beta).
I have two E-mail accounts.

1. is an exchange account (current set as default)
2. a private email account
when I send internal mails (in the office) outlook use the exchange server...as I set (that is OK!).
but when I will send an external email (for example to [email protected] )
Outlook use also the exchange server to send the email and I get an error message.
The only possibility to send external mails is for me to set the email account by hand for every
outgoing mail.

The proble doesn't exist with outlook 2000.
Outlook 2000 automatically use the second email account when it see that the mail must
be send to an extrenal account.

How can I set Outlook XP / Outlook 2003 beta to do the same as Outlook 2000?


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A: (Solved) Outlook XP / Outlook 2003 beta problems...with Exchange 2003

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I have had a server for a few years now. I started having problems with remote connections and other things. After serveral weeks of trying to solve my problems I decided it was time to reformat. All was going well until I started setting up exchange. I could not get email other than pop to go through. I could not email [email protected]. Also email would not seem to cache as I had set up a client computer and other emails would not go to both places. I have been running windows back up on my server for a long time now and when I went to restore my back up it completely crashed my server. It would just restart over and over again. So before i do all that work again I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction for setting up the email again. I have extra back ups of my important documents and can do without the windows back up. Thank you!

A:Solved: Problems With Outlook 2003 and Exchange

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Dear All,

Im new to this so be basic with me!

I currently have a problem at work, where a user sends an email it gets stuck in the outbox folder until you click on another folder within outlook - I have the same problem with receving emails, you dont know you have a new email until you click on another folder, then suddenly you recieve a new email.

This is happening with four of our Windows XP machines, we have 6 Windows XP machines in the office approx, and 60 Windows 2000 machines, running from Microsoft Exchange Server 2003... We use the SMTP type for our emails..

I have been looking on the internet for months but not found anything, I would appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction

A:Emails stuck in Outbox - MS Outlook 2003. Windows Exchange Sever 2003

Did you ever find a solution to this problem? I am having the exact same problem and can't figure it out. My email used to work fine, so I am not sure what changed.

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I have a few computers running Winxp sp2 @ my company. I got most of the PC connected to the Exchange server 2003 via VPN (Exchange offsite).

I have one stubborn machine that is having trouble finding the exchange\host name. During the setup it will prompt me servername: "server" (checked cache mode). The second is the firstname.lastname, and when I click find, it could not locate the server or/global list.

Why can't it find the server or global address list? I was able to connect via VPN.

Thanks in advance.

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I installed Exchange Server 2003 for one of my clients and they're really happy with it. the only problem I'm having is sharing calendars between some people. the CEO's assistant wishes to create a company-wide calendar on her Outlook and share it with the rest of the company, without having to share her personal "default" calendar.

I created a new calendar folder under her mailbox and named it "Company Calendar". I right-clicked on it and shared it, giving everyone Editor or Reviewer rights depending on the person. the problem comes when I go to open a shared calendar in someone else's Outlook. if I look up the assistant's name, it will give a message saying it can't find the "Calendar" folder..but that folder isn't shared because that's her personal calendar.

can anyone help me share a different calendar other than her default "Calendar"?
Thank you

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I am at a users desk as we speak. Using Outlook 2003.

When I sent an email to myself or anyone in the GAL for that matter, the email remains in the outbox for 30 secs plus. If I click another folder the email sends immediately. If do not click on a folder it can take up to the before mentioned 30 secs plus.

I have checked DNS/WINS, and all are correct.

Any ideas?

A:Exchange 2003 Outlook 2003, Messages stuck

Having same problem

Have you got any feedback as of yet?

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Please let me know what you're using to encrypt or protect your emails:

1. do you encrypt all emails or on individual basis
2. cost and setup time - any anual fees
Were using Outlook 2003 on a Exchange server.

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This issue has been driving me crazy for weeks now.

OS is XP Pro, SP2.

I work for a large ISP here in Atlanta. We get e-mails from vendors, peers, customers, internal departments, etc., all the time. I have to keep them in separate personal folders so I can easily sort them, and because we have very limited mailbox space on the Exchange server.

I easily get 1000 e-mails a day.

I currently have 28 rules setup. The first 3 are server side rules, deleting a lot of crap that I just don't need. Those 3 server side rules run just fine automatically.

The other 25 rules are client side (because they are the ones moving e-mails to personal folders).

The first two work fine automatically. They are:

Apply this rule after the message arrives; with XXX in the subject; move it to the XXX folder; and stop processing more rules.


Apply this rule after the message arrives; with XXX in the recipient's address; move it to the XXX folder; and stop processing more rules.

("XXX" being work related terms / addresses)...however, *none* of the rest of the rules will run automatically. If I run them manually, they work just fine. The next rule after the two above is:

Apply this rule after the message arrives; with 'Read:' or 'read:' in the subject; move it to the [B][U]Read Receipts[/U][/B] folder; and stop processing more rules.

...and so on and so forth. Every rule has the "and stop processing more rules." on the end.

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A:Outlook 2003 / Exchange 2003 / Rules Not Running

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Hi all,

Has anybody come across this error "Calendaring agent failed with error code 0x80150856 while saving appointment.". This appears in application log files in exchange server 2003. Does anybody know how to fix this issue?


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I just upgraded a user from Office 2002 to Office 2003 sp2. We are also on Exchange.
After the upgrade the users Rules stopped working. Now when we try and create a rule we get the following error:
One or more rules could not be uploaded to the Exchange Server and have been deactivated or some of the parameters are not support or there is insufficient space to store all the rules.
The user only has one rule. We have tried to delete, recreate, rename and have been through all of Microsoft KB articles.

Any suggestions. I am lost.

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 and Exchange 5.5

Everything that is included in Outlook 2003 is not supported under Exchange 5.5. You will find things like sharing calendars will also not work. There are a miriad of other issues you may experience as well. Check out this article:

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When sending internal mail and default is the exchange server it works fine. But if you are sending an internet mail it trys to go thru the exchange server also. If you list internet mail as default it does not send exchange mail. How do I make it start with one service and if it does not go to automatically use the other service.

A:Outlook 2003 problems w/exchange server & pop3 acct

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My organisation has just rolled out an Exchange 2007 Server.
I am a desktop support engineer for my unit. We are setting up access to the server through Outlook 2003.

A small number of Outlook 2003 users get this error message when they are using a .prf file to configure their clients.

"Your Exchange Server administrator has blocked the version of Outlook that you are using. Contact your administrator for assistance."

This is XP SP2 running Outlook 2003 (error occurs on Office, Office SP2 and Office SP3) connecting to Exchange 2007.

I have tried tried applying SP2 and SP3 to Office and completely reinstalling Office but it still occurs.

I am told by the Server Administrators that this is a local problem so I am not getting any help from them. I tend to believe them that it's not server side because I set one of the profiles up on two PCs next to eachother. On one it worked fine but on the other it had this error message. I could not see a difference in the two Outlook installations.
I have read this article here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/924625 but a lot of the questions it asks and tests involve having administrator access over the server which I do not have.

Does anyone know of anything in the local Office installation that I do have control over that has been known to cause this?

All the best,


A:Solved: Outlook 2003/Exchange 2007 - "Your Version of Outlook has been blocked..."

Hi we managed to find the solution so I'm posting it here to help others.

We inherited a number of builds that were done by other companies. It appears these builds have in the past had previous versions of Office installed. This has resulted in registry keys lurking around from the old installs.

Once we removed these registry entries it worked.

Best way to do this that I could think of is to

1) Uninstall Office and then search the registry for any references to Outlook. You can do this using AML Free Registry Cleaner http://www.amltools.com/ (which has a search function). Ignore any hits for Outlook Express you are only insterested in Office Outlook.

2) If this is the problem that you are having then you will find registry entries in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\7.0 or 8.0 or 9.0 etc.

3) Delete any Outlook folders in the above tree. Onc eof the keys in the Outlook folder will be Version and this appears to be what is being read when the server asks what version you have.

4) Reinstall Office - it should now work.

All the best,


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I have been using the beta version of Office 2007 til it expired last month and during that time exported a back up of Outlook (contacts, calendar etc) to My Docs.
Not all that fussed with the '07 Office suite, I uninstalled it and then reinstalled Office 2002 but when I try to import the pst file to this earlier version of Outlook, it tellss me that it is not compatible and to contact the Administrator (me!).

If I cannot work around this somehow I intend laying on the railway tracks quite shortly as life without my files will no longer have any meaning to me!

I guess as a last resort I can download the latest trial of 2007 Office and see if that will let me re-import the backed up pst file but what a drama!

A:Cannot import Outlook Beta 2007 pst files to Outlook 2003

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I have set up 2 profiles/email accounts in Outlook. I have separate files for each but when I delete an email from one account it goes to the other account's delete folder. How can I separate the two? Thanks.

A:Solved: Multi profiles in Office Outlook 2003 (Exchange Server)

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When I check the size of the users Outlook on her system is shows 39 MEG. When I logon to the Exchange server is shows 180 MEG. I have archived all of her email to a PST folder. Any ideas? The user keeps getting a warning message that she is close to her size limit.

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I'm trying to sort an issue for a small company, and can't seem to find the answer anywhere.
Company has a very small domain, with about 6 users.

One lady in the team has internet access, and receives all the company POP3 emails.
No one else has internet access. (this company is still in the dark ages)

I'm trying to configure outlook 2003, so that if she's off, anyone can log in to her PC (using their own domain credentials), and gain access to the company mailbox.
At the moment, they are logging on to the PC with her credentials, which sort of defeats the object.
I've spent hours on this trying to find the answer, and I'm stumped.

Any ideas ?

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who is the email provider?

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Wondered if anyone can help.

I have been running Outlook 2007 on an Exchange 2003 Server for about a year at home and at work.

Home and Work setup matches
SBS 2003 Exchange 2003
Client - Windows Vista Ultimate and Office 2007 Ultimate.

The problem is as follows

At home Outlook opens and after a few seconds crashing with a Not Responding error then I have to force it to close.
Will not open in safe mode

Work does the same thing

This has only started in the last week or so.

All machines are running all updates and service packs.

I have deleted the profiles and recreated but when creating a new profile it crashes when checking names.

If I setup as a pop3 client it works fines.

If I use Outlook 2003 it works fine.

Please can anyone help

Thanks in advance


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I have just loaded Outlook 2003. All my POP e-mail accounts work fine. My problem is with the exchange server. We have an old server running Microsoft Server 4.0. Outlook 2003 tries to send all my in-house e-mail as a pop account.

Does anyone have any suggestions?



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Hi All,

I've got a computer that runs outlook 2003 for the mail client. It connects to a Exchange server.

My understanding is that a copy of the mail should be located on the Exchange Server but i'm a little confused now. I noticed that when i go to the Email accounts settings, i have an option of my mail going to an Offline Storage (which is ok as i have turned this feature on). I also noticed that right down the bottom there is some text indicating where the mail is delivered to. This text indicates that the location is C:\documents .....etc. Because it is being saved to c:\documents ... etc, does this mean that there is NO copy of my mail on the Exchange server? If not, if i had a computer change in the future, i should simply be able to just reconfigure my oultook to point to the same exchange server and it should pull down all my mail?

Any help would be great. thanks so much in advance.


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I am new here and I have a rather pressing issue concerning outlook. FYI, I'm using Outlook 2003 and Windows 7. At the office, everything is fine that is Outlook is connected to exchange server. To continue having access to office mail at home, I asked the IT dept to set up Outlook so that it continues receiving emails from exchange server. Alas, it wasn't the case. When I tried to start Outlook at home, it failed to connect, the error message goes like "the server is unavailable". Could anyone help me with this? Thanks a million...


A:Outlook 2003 won't connect to Exchange

Quote: Originally Posted by armania


I am new here and I have a rather pressing issue concerning outlook. FYI, I'm using Outlook 2003 and Windows 7. At the office, everything is fine that is Outlook is connected to exchange server. To continue having access to office mail at home, I asked the IT dept to set up Outlook so that it continues receiving emails from exchange server. Alas, it wasn't the case. When I tried to start Outlook at home, it failed to connect, the error message goes like "the server is unavailable". Could anyone help me with this? Thanks a million...


Hi and welcome

Could be a bunch of things. Firewall, AV, nat router, different IPCONFIG. CAn you tell us more about your network setup at home?

Ken J+

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We have a user who boss forwards her emails she has to print. It sometimes prints a date of August 15,2012 in left corner. This is not with every email. Most emails did not print a date at top at all. This problem only occurs when one boss A send her emails. When i forward this email to myself it does not print a date. Here is the source code of the email below. Any help would be helpful. I am new to the company. We have Outlook 2010 and Microsoft Exchange 2003.


v\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}

o\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}

w\:* {behavior:url(#default#VML);}

.shape {behavior:url(#default#VML);}



<title>August 15, 2012</title>


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I am using Outlook 2003 with an Exchaneg Server account. My desktop Outlook has no problems. When I try to send mail, Outlook running on my notebook has recently begun to freeze with a failure message. I have to close and re-start. Further it appears to run in background in Processes and I have to shut it down in processes before re-starting. Any idea what can be casuing this problem?

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Im trying to set up an email in outlook 2007 with ms exchange 2003. Under the exchange proxy settings, i set the connection settings to RPC.domain, and check the box that says "Only connect to proxy servers that have this principal in their certificate: I use the "msstd:rpc.domain

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Sorrry, I accidently posted before i was finished. but I get an error message saying "the connection to ms exchange is unavailable. Outlook must be online or conncected to complete this action. Can anyone help me with this. Much appreciated.

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i'm having a problem with outlook 2003, it seem to download all messages without leaving a copy on the exchange server. In my office there is no problems with this account...but when the user connect thru a vpn connection, outlook send and receive all messages, if this user come back at the office and log on outlook there is no more message on the server.....

i can't put the finger on the problem......

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Have a user with a Outllook 2003 attachment issue, when attaching files (ie word, excel) these are not displaying the actual icon? any ideas?

A:Outlook 2003 (exchange) attachment question

are the files attaching at all? or are u left with a blank screen when trying to attach?
is this only happening with office documents? have u tried attaching a ".txt" file to see if it works?
also where are you attaching from? local pc? networked pc? server?

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I recently migrated a customer from XP and Office 2000 to Vista and Office 2007. In the previous configuration, some users used Outlook 2000 configured with both Exchange and POP3 and it worked.

They now have SBS 2003 (which includes Exchange 2003) and 7 Vista desktops with Office 2007. All 7 users use the Exchange server email storage and internal mail. 4 users also have POP3 accounts for external (internet) email. The customer does not have its own domain. I set them all up with Exchange accounts. I setup the users with POP3 accounts with the POP3 connector in Outlook 2007; the mail from the POP3 accounts is downloaded to Outlook 2007 and stored on the Exchange server (no users have .pst files). I set Exchange server as the default account in Outlook for all users.

This setup worked with Outlook 2000—Outlook 2000 would correctly deliver internal and external email. However, this new setup is having problems. When a user with POP3 sends an email, it actually goes through the Exchange server which sends it out externally. It should be sending it from the user's desktop (from POP3) and not going through Exchange.
When a POP3 user forwards an email with attachments to a user without POP3, the message is returned as junk mail.

Users with both Exchange and POP3 want to be able to send an email that has both internal and external addresses; the external email should be delivered from their desktops via their POP3 while the internal email should be routed via Exchange. How... Read more

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I would like to get my word to integrate with my outlook. I am running server 2003 with outlook 2007. When I click on letters and mailings in word I get the address book. When I click the address book it says ms exchange and then it says ms exchange is unavailable. Retry or work offline. I would just like to be able to insert contact into my envelopes and labels. My outlook is set up with contacts not a global mail list. Any ideas? This should be simple but it seems that nothing with microsoft ever is.
PS It now will show the global address list and it used to have the contacts listed at the bottom and I could click contacts and then use them. I have global address all contacts etc but not outlook - contacts

A:Word 2003 and Outlook 2007 with exchange


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Hi all,

am running office 2003 on exchange server 2003. One user whilst logged into terminal services, suddenly had about 20 calendar 'reminders' pop up at the same time whilst he had outlook open. Thing is most of em were for appointments that were ages away. Now you seem to only be able to set a reminder as much as 2 weeks in advance. But he said they were popping up for appointments that weren't for a couple of months (??)

Anyone got any ideas what may have transpired? No one else has reported any issues and we have anywhere between 10 and 35 users logged into TS at any one time.

Thanks for any input offered.

A:Outlook 2003 (exchange) 'reminder' weirdness!

System clock?

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Not sure if this is the forum, but I was wondering if anyone had a picture of the best scenario for a laptop mobile user with Outlook 2003 to be able to use Outlook for mail when in the office docked to Exchange 2003, and also when mobile over POP3, both using the same POP3 email account. They really just want Exchange for shared contacts and calendars in the office. But, we want the mobile user to have access to contacts and calendar while mobile as well. What settings in Exchange 2003 on the server as well as what Outlook profile and data file and send/receive, etc. settings would best and easiest facilitate this?
Thanks for any and all assistance!

A:Exchange / Outlook 2003 Mobile Users

As long as the Exchange server is configured correctly, you have a static IP address for the Internet access, and the data file is kept on the computer, it should work just fine.

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Here is my setup. I have SBS 2003 (with exchange) on the server. Each user
has Outlook 2003 setup with the following settings:
1) user pop3 account on server that is external to our network (all emails
should go here) (set as default account)
2) exchange account on local sbs 2003 server

The email store is set to a local .pst file.

Right now I am only using exchange to share contacts among the company, and
I do not actually wish that it is used for any email purposes.

My problem is this:
- new emails will by default be sent though the pop3 server (what I want)
- some (not all) emails that a user tries to reply to or forward try to send
through the exchange server. (need to fix this)

I have been unable to find an exact occurance pattern.

No emails should ever be processed by the Exchange server, and no Internet
users should be able to send to our Exchange server, hence no email should
be coming in though the exchange mailbox.

So on these emails, in the message window of outlook it will say:
"This message will be sent using Microsoft Exchange Server" (and will be set
on the accounts drop down)

When the user actually sends the email they will get a message back from
"System Administrator" saying:

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: <email subject>
Sent: <email date & time>

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

<email to: address> on <email date & time>
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I was trying to set up my father's Outlook this evening. He has an IBM Think Pad and is running Microsoft 2000.

Outlook will not open, saying that it cannot connect to the exchange server. Help.

Thank you.

A:Outlook 2003 cannot connect to exchange server

are you trying to set it up in a home or work environment? Did you install the OS and software from scratch or is this a former business laptop with the old settings?

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Hi Guys I'm new to this and desperately need help.
I recently replaced the hard drive on a client computer in a small network (6 other client PCs running on a server 2003), after reinstalling and updating windows XP Pro SP3 and office 2003 reconnected to the network with no hassles. When trying to open outlook 2003 to set email accounts after about a minute I get the following message " The connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable. Outlook must be online to complete this action" when I click ok get a window to type the server name and mailbox name, type the required names and click on "check names" again takes about a minute or two and get the following message " The name could not be resolved. The connection to the microsoft exchange server is unavailable. Outlook must be online to complete this action". I know the server and user names are correct and the PC is connected to the network (I can access the server with the administrator account). I haven't been able to set any POP3 accounts either because outlook will open only to give me the messages estated earlier.
Could anybody help please?

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Hi all,

I've recently installed Outlook 2003 on my home computer (XP Home SP2) to access my work email off an Exchange (6.5, I think) server. I've been able to sync all my work emails just fine. Until now I've been using Thunderbird ( to manage a couple of my personal Gmail accounts. Now that I have Outlook I'd like to use that to manage all my email accounts, work and personal. I managed to transfer my personal emails from Thunderbird into Outlook 2003 and setup Outlook to download the Gmail messages. However, Outlook keeps sync'ing my personal Gmail messages onto our work Exchange Server. Is there a way to prevent this?

In transferring the messages from Thunderbird to Outlook all the messages are in the same mailbox as the work emails but in a 'Personal' folder. In 'Tools - Options - Mail Setup - Send/Receive... - Folder Options' the 'Personal' folder is not checked, so I thought it wouldn't sync with the server. I'm probably missing something very obvious, but can't seem to find it.

Any help would be appreciated.


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When connected to work via VPN I can access shared drives and our webmail etc., but when I attempt to connect to Outlook 2003 it shows it trying to connect and eventually showing "disconnected". It seems like I can do everything but access the mail server via Outlook 2003. I can access my email using the webmail client, but I would prefer using the full client.

I can connect fine while on our LAN at work and Outlook is a firewall exception. Using a second laptop (with the same setup - XP SP2) while at home I have no problem at all accessing everything via VPN, including Outlook 2003 - so it seems to be specific to the settings on this particular laptop.

Thanks in advance for any help.

A:Cannot connect to exchange server when using Outlook 2003 via VPN

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I have a user who was having outlook synchronization problems. I finally realized that his Outlook 2003 is somehow losing connectivity to Exchange 5.5. As I was sitting there looking at his mailbox, the status bar went from Connected to Offline intermittantly. Does anyone know why this might be happening. All i can find on the web are issues and fixes for Exchange 2003.

A:outlook 2003 losing connectivity to exchange 5.5

More than likely a physical problem on the network. You have a defective network card, patch cable or switch port. I would try and have the individual log onto another workstation and see if they still have connectivity issues. If you are not using network profiles this may not work.

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I have one computer with 3 different Windows XP users.

I would like to share one email account and all contacts between all 3 users under Outlook 2003. I realize that Microsoft would prefer me to use Exchange, but this is a small not-for-profit youth organization and we don't have that kind of budget.

Is there any easy way to do this? The email users are absolute novices, so it needs to be a completely transparent way of sharing without them manually having to import or export anything. They open Outlook 2003 and BAM - all the contacts and emails are there.

I have tried this with Outlook Express, but they really need to use Outlook because of fax integration.

Can anyone help please? Thanks for your time!

A:Outlook 2003 - multiple users without Exchange?

There is simply no way to do this without them being able to see each others emails.

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iam using Outlook 2003 , when iam sending or receieving mails through outlook 2003 and then iam checking on any browser (Internet Explorer etc)... i cann't find mail there... i want to keep the mails there too ...any option so that after receiving mails from outlook 2003... they will also remain over there...

A:Outlook 2003 mails vanishes from Browsers when downloading in MS Outlook 2003

On the Tools menu, click E-mail accounts.
Select View or change existing e-mail accounts, and then click Next.
Under Name, select the POP3 account you want to change, and then click Change.
Click More Settings.
Click the Advanced tab, and then under Delivery, select the Leave a copy of messages on the server check box.

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I have a little problem:

I work with Outlook 2003 and an Exchange 2003 Server.
On an Exchange Server exists a rule limitation.
For this reason I need a plug in for Outlook to sort all my emails in special folders.

Or does anyone knows how I can save my rules local and not on the Exchange Server?


A:Microsoft Outlook 2003 local rules with Exchange???

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My Outlook 2003 is sending Spam to other exchange Users
Please help!

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I just upgraded to a new computer with Vista. Although I am running mostly Office 2007 apps I am still using Outlook 2003 with an exchange server. My computer should have capacity to spare and all the software has been given the latest updates.

The problem I am experiencing is that Outlook hangs when contacting the server. The message appears "Outlook is trying to update the [ ] folder". It doesn't recover from the hang or it takes many minutes to do so.

Things I have tried without success:

1) Going to Task Manager and ending Outlook. An message appears informing me MS is looking into the problem and will advise me if there is a solution. Outlook closes. Nothing further happens. When I reopen Outlook the messages become available.
2) I tried switching off the automatic virus scanning for incoming and outgoing emails in Norton AV 2008. No change.

Any thoughts on what the problem's solution may be? It makes Outlook virtually unusuable.

Many thanks in advance

A:Outlook 2003, Exchange Server, Vista SP1 - not happy


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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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My Outlook 2003 is sending Spam to other exchange UsersPlease help!Scan saved at 6:31:02 PM, on 10/21/2008Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)Running processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\Program Files\Imprivata\OneSign Agent\SSOManHost.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Acronis\Schedule2\schedul2.exeC:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\bin\AppleMobileDeviceService.exeC:\Program Files\Intel\ASF Agent\ASFAgent.exeC:\Program Files\McAfee\Host Intrusion Prevention\FireSvc.exeC:\Program Files\Intel\Intel Matrix Storage Manager\Iaantmon.exeC:\Program Files\LogMeIn\x86\RaMaint.exeC:\Program Files\LogMeIn\x86\LogMeIn.exeC:\Program Files\LogMeIn\x86\LMIGuardian.exeC:\Program Files\McAfee\Common Framework\FrameworkService.exeC:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\Mcshield.exeC:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\VsTskMgr.exec:\program files\print... Read more

A:My Outlook 2003 is sending Spam to other exchange Users

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I have a little problem:

I work with Outlook 2003 and an Exchange 2003 Server.
On an Exchange Server exists a rule limitation.
For this reason I need a plug in for Outlook to sort all my emails in special folders.

Or does anyone knows how I can save my rules local and not on the Exchange Server?


A:Microsoft Outlook 2003 local rules with Exchange???

This is a double post.

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Dear Expert,

We have configured and enable in Exchange 2007 under (Organization Configuration --> Hub Transport --> Transport Rules)
1) Junk Email 01 with Priority 0
- when the Subject field or the body of the message contains specific words
Apply rule to messages
when the Subject field or the body of the message contains
set the spam confidence level to 0

2) Junk Email with Priority 1
- when the Subject field or the body of the message contains specific words
Apply rule to messages
when the Subject field or the body of the message contains
set the spam confidence level to 0

The problem is the user still get the email and notification from our internal Lotus Notes system that we developed system like Leave, Claim to 'Junk E-Mail' folder in Outlook 2003.
example 1,

body of the message contains
[System Message: Please click the following link for new Message]

example 2,
Subject: Service Report - Month of August07

body of the message contains:
Total no of 'closed' support services recorded for the month of August = 42
Average day spent on one issue = estimated 4 days.

Please click on the link below for detail ...
https://mail.mmc.com.my/appl/break-d.nsf/Analysis 2007?OpenPage


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So, I use Outlook 2003 at work and I connect to an Exchange server. Sometimes, if Outlook has a network connection problem and can't connect to the Exchange server, Outlook itself with appear to hang. Sometimes, I'll have Outlook minimized and I'll click the icon at the bottom of the screen to restore it and the window won't appear because it's trying to contact the Exchange server.

Why does Outlook behave this way? I can see it not displaying or updating messages in my inbox if the Exchange server can't be reached but to appear to hang? That doesn't sound right to me.

Anyone have any ideas on what might be going on?


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why would changing my dsl modem and bypassing a firewall upset my exchange 2003?
i can send but not receive mail...

before you ask:

1) the server is online
2) i port forwarded smtp port 25 to my servers address
3) outlook is connected (well at least it says it is) but no mail is coming in
4) as i said i can send

is this a DNS issue? how can i test

thanks in advance

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