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Double authentification with Outlook 2003

Posted on 2006-06-24
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Hello,

I have a problem with outlook 2003 and Exchange 2000
I have an organisation with differents Exchange within routin groups
In my administrative group and my routing group, i have two servers Exchange 2000
When i launch outlook 2003, it's good but in e few seconds i have a other pop up: she wants an other authentification with a exchange server 2000 within a other administrative groups an routing group also

i have push on the ctrl button and left click on the outlook icon, and i see that she wants to authentificate on public folder on the exchange server.

This exchange server is part of the exchange organisation in the same forest but in a other domain active directory

can i have help please
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Question by:rezamas
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David Lee earned 500 total points
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I am not an Exchange expert and this sounds like an Exchange issue, not an Outlook issue.  Based on your description I expect that the trusts between the domains isn't set up properly, or isn't working like it should.  An alternative is to set up public folder replication so the Exchange server in your domain gets a replica of the folders in the other domain and there's no need to access the public folder in the other domain.  My recommendation is to post a 20 point pointer question in the Exchange topica area poiting back to this question.  Someone there will probably be able to answer this for you.
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