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Posted on 2008-06-24
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Have an Exchange 2003/2007 setup.  The only thing left on 2003 is public folders, all else is already moved to Exchange 2007.  Have HTTP over RPC configured and works correctly.   Problem started after last Microsoft patches (may be a coincidence) and server reboots.
Now, Some (not all) of my Outlook clients get an authentication popup when launching Outlook.  Outlook /rpcdiag shows the process stalling when trying to connect to the public folders on Exchange 2003.
I have looked at everything that appears to be obvious, what am I overlooking?

Thanks in advance!
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We found the answer on this.  The public folders were popping the authentication screen against Eschange 2003 because in the reboot, the Information store on the old server was not automatically started.

Case can be closed.
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