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unable to open your default email folders.  You do not have permission to log on.

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I keep on getting this error when opening outlook 2000 on my Windows 2000 SBS server.  Before i was able to see everybodys email folder and look at everyone's emails.   all of a sudden i'm don't have permission to log on.  How can i set it up so i can log on again?  would i have to make a new profile? .... I need some guidence, Thanks.
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