outlook will not open

Posted on 2006-05-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I am getting this error when i open outlook 2000 on a 2000 pro workstation" Microsoft Exchange address book was not able to logon to the Microsoft Exchange computer" can anyone give me some help?
Question by:IntechLLC
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    Expert Comment

    Hi IntechLLC,

    Are there network-problems?
    Are you sure you are logged in to your exchange server??
    Has somebody changed your rights?

    Lucky Luke
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    Expert Comment

    Have you tried creating a new Outlook Profile?  If that doesn't work, try logging into the machine as a different user and see if outlook works under their login.


    Author Comment

    Found the problem thanks anyway. Uninstalled the TCP/IP stack in network connectins properties then reinstalled and it resloved the networking issue. This was a funny problem because i could ping the server with an ip and FQDN. Computer had access to all server shares and services, just no exchange.

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