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You are going to send email to SendMove CommentMove : LoginRegisterShare this page:SplashA Riverbed CommunityRiverbed Technical SupportRiverbed.comSearch the community ... By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. All of the sudden, it just stopped working for no reason. Joe Valentine's solution seemed to work for me. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2010/exchange-2016-outlook-2010-compatibility.html

To get an idea of what your phone supports and what EAS provides, see Comparison of Exchange ActiveSync clients. (Wikipedia) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share I am using Outlook 2010 trying to connect, from home, over a standard cable internet connection to an Exchange 2003 server. Not a good solution. I am able to ping the server by name and IP, so it must be something with Exchange.

When you use a connected account, you can reply using the correct email account. Verify....... Trying runing Outlook via shell with the /rpcdiag or refer to this article for more information on how Outlook 2010 interacts with different versions of Exchange.

The MPLS link is 100Mbps.Every now and then, Outlook 2010 client loses connectivity with Exchange 2003 Server. Join Now The story is complicated and wrought with danger, so I'm just going to lay out the scenario and question.  It is not by my design, I'm just trying to Now he's back home several thousand miles away and can't get to his e-mail. Client is sitting in the district office and the Exchange server in the DC.

We're using straight forward WCCP on the routers.

There are two Riverbed 5050-H running in load sharing mode in the DC. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? I feel like a fool. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/123096-outlook-2010-and-exchange-2003 Disabling IPv6 on all network adapters (LAN, WLAN) seemed to solve the problem immediately.

Nothing else worked. We can't afford to hire an IT department and constantly upgrade enormous amounts of software just to process emails, do simple spreadsheets, and write letters. When that happens, users can ping the hostname and IP addresses of the Exchange server just just fine. When disabled Outlook returned to normal functionality.

Is this a network problem or a bug with Exchange or Outlook? The Office 2013 / Office 365 trial includes an Exchange server account and Office 365 supports "connected accounts". I don't know if you solved this issue, but here is how I solved it. Bicycle purist required to travel for work Dangers of Underpowered Pi?

The only difference I see is in the "Security settings", which was set to Kerberos(NTLM). http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-2010/outlook-2010-backup.html Without upgrading (not sure if its been addressed now...) only solution is to create a active/active(standby) solution by setting one of the SH interface weight to "0". Wednesday, November 09, 2011 5:29 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello, Please create a new test mailbox and log in Outlook to see if it works. A few months ago I wanted to buy Outlook 2010, but Microsoft doesn't sell it anymore, so they sold me 2013 (really bad luck number).

Rather than just clicking on the file to open it in notepad, I went to All Programs>Accessories>Notepad, right-clicked, and clicked "Run as Administrator" Then I was able to open the file, If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? First and foremost, I am by no means an expert in WCCP and I do not claim to be one. news Click Next, then Finish.

Enter the information as displayed below.When finished click OK to exit proxy settings and OK again to close the More Settings window. I have been having some issues with outlook 2010 and been working with microsoft on it.  This is some of the stuff they have had me do. Wonderful!.

I have identified the issue to Outlook 2010 because the sender is able to reply/forward messages from Outlook 2007 and OWA.

All rights reserved.Slipstick Systems is not affiliated with Microsoft Corporation. I checked the registry setting for ValidPorts, and it's configured correctly. How they treat me? Users viewing this topic: none Logged in as: Guest Tree Style Printable Version All Forums >> [Microsoft Exchange 2003] >> General >> Outlook 2010 and Exchange 2003 compatibility issue?

I get the following. TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products Vote Up00Vote Down ReplyMarch 7, 2014 8:32 amDiane PoremskyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleYou could use it with IMAP or POP3 (but will lose calendar and contacts)... More about the author 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.

By the way, everything is WCCP with the WAN MPLS routers.At remote offices are a bunch of users running Outlook 2010 on Windows 7. If the recipients mailbox has been disabled, the recipient cannot receive mail; only mail-enabled account can receive mail. Enter tmail.utk.edu in the box labeled "Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange". However, when I look at the documentation for version 5.5.9b, it clearly stated that this version DOES support Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2007.

The user has Outlook 2007 client on Windows XP and the Exchange Server 2003 SP2 on Windows 2003.