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Posted on 2004-04-29
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How can I resolve error 32053 (MAPI Failure: valid session ID does not exist)?  

It occurs when this line is executed:  MAPISession1.SignOn.

I've super-double checked the profile/password in Outlook and its correct.

Please advise...Thank you!
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Question by:MariaHalt
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have you tried this ?

Const vbExchange As String = "MS Exchange Settings"
Const vbMessageResolveName = 13
Email1.MapiSess.UserName = vbExchange
Email1.MapiSess.SignOn
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by:MariaHalt
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No.  I should have mentioned that it runs fine on my pc, but not the server.  The same profile is stored on each.  Also, we're running MS Outlook.  I'll give it a shot.
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by:MariaHalt
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Also, there is more than one profile.  If I use vbExchange as you suggested, how does it know which profile to use?
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After resetting the logon network security value, it seems to work as expected.  Very strange.
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