Outlook 2003 and Exchange 2007 SP2


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Bill Clark

I'm getting the following error on some client workstations as I try to
connect their local Outlook 2003 to a new Exchange 2007 server.
"Outlook could not logon. Check to make sure you are connected to the
network and are using the proper server and mailbox name."
Um, ok..I've checked names and it's all good. Can ping the Exchange server
and can even connect to it with Outlook 2003 from a different workstation.
We are in the process of migrating from Groupwise 7 to Exchange, so there is
the GW 7.0.1 client installed on the same workstation. What we've done so
far is to goto Control Panel/Mail and delete the Groupwise profile then it
creates a new one when we start Outlook.I've read stuff about the TCP/IP
stack being bad, so I've reset it, blown away IP and re-installed but
nothing works. Can anyone shed some light on this?

Bill
 
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Bill Clark

Found a fix on my own. Turns out that the "Microsoft Exchange System
Attendant" was hung or didnt' start correctly. Once I restarted that
service then the Outlook client connected just fine on that particular
workstation.

Bill
 

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