MS Exchange client will not connect to server

Posted on 1998-05-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-25
I have a networked (Novell/Ethernet/10BaseT/OpenTransport1.11/TCP/IP) Quadra650: System7.5.5, 24MBs installed memory, 24MBs virtual memory, running MSExchange5.0 - When attempting to connect to the Exchange server we get the error message: "...not enough system resources available..."
Question by:bteach
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Hello bteach, I recomment you reinstall your system or only the communications software, it seems that the system has lost any library that it need.
Look if the TCP has the correct preferences.
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upgrade to OpenTransport 1.1.2. look at the MSExchange installation disks for any client (Mac) side installer(s). install or re-install MS package. reboot between installs.

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We'd already tried reinstalling everything - ended up having to backup everything, wipe the machine and start from scratch - which worked.

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Ouch. That is, of course, the long way and, therefore, is never discussed as an option because it will always be done last. I am happy that you have gotten it going.

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Thanks. We were hoping to avoid that but at least it finally works.

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