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Outlook 2007 won't connect to Exchange 2003

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I have just installed Windows XP Professional 2002 SP3 on a new HP laptop running Office 2007.  I set the mail account up to connect to a 2003 Exchange server.  A day later and I can't connect to the Excahnge server.  No changes have been made since making the initial connection to set the mail up.
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chek if the firewall have been reactivated by one of microsoft patch
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Set Outlook to 'Use Cached Exschange Mode' and haven't had a problem since.
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