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outlook 2003 cache mode

Posted on 2008-10-27
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User could not connect to exchange 2007 resource forest in cache mode..however I switched him to non cache mode and he can connect no problem (send and receive msgs).

 I want him back on cache mode, but I need to address why he cannot access the exchange server.

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User connects to new exchange environment. He use to be part of an exchange 2003 infrastructure on his domain, but now he connects to a resource forest with exchange 2007.

 I was thinking that his ost profile still has old exchange configs on it and this is why he cannot connect..do I need to wipe out his old .pst?
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Question by:s24support
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by:s24support
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anyone want to elaborate on this?
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by:s24support
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getting pretty lonely in here..any help is appreciated..
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gupnit earned 125 total points
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Hi,
  • Please confirm the version of Outlook that you are using for the user.
  • See if there are any events in EventViewer
  • Also, please delete his Outlook profile (totally) and empty the folders [C: or D:\Documents and Settings\USER\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook] and [C: or D:\Documents and Settings\USER\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook] Please make sure to backup the PST File (if any)
  • Recreate the Outlook profile for the user with Cache Enabled and verify
Confirm, so that I can help further
Thanks
Nitin
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by:s24support
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thank you. this client is hard to get hold of so it might be late today or tomorrow when I get back with you. thanks.
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by:gupnit
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Sure no problem, take your time....!!
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