Outlook 2003 Reminders in offline mode

Posted on 2006-06-08
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
I have an SBS2003 running Exchange..

I have serveral laptops connection on LAN and then over HTTPS when away from the office.
The calender reminders works fine when connected either way. But when the laptops is offline, the calender reminders stop showing up.

Before using the exchange server, the laptops was configured as internet only (pop3) and the calender reminders worked all the time.

Any ideas?
Question by:NetSarC
    LVL 12

    Accepted Solution

    In your Outlook 2003, while you are in offline mode. Go to Tools options - Other - Advanced Option - Reminder Options - see if the checkboxes are selected.

    Amit Aggarwal.

    Author Comment

    That solved it.. Thanks

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