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Connection to MS exchange unavailable

One of our users has autoaccept for calendar stuff on. I went to turn it off ( tools-->options-->Calendar Options-->resource scheduling) and when i click resource scheduling i get an error "The Connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action. I have tried 2003, 2007, cached, not cached all with the same result. Everyone else with Exchange is working fine.
Any ideas what is causing this error?
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akalbfell
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AClockworkTechCommented:
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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
no currently they are working fine but we did have an issue with the public folders a few weeks back. we do replication to a second site and during a failover test we had an issue mounting the public folders but it was resolved and all is good now.
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AClockworkTechCommented:
What version of Exchange are your servers running?
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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
2003, 2 server clustered...all up to date
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AClockworkTechCommented:
Check the Public Folder Instances for the Schedule+Free Busy folder to make sure it exists.  Check under the Public Folder list(Under the Storage Group) to make sure you have both replicas set up.
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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
looking under public folders i dont see anything like that. just our normal 10 or so public folders...there should be on that says either schedule, free, or busy??
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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
my mistake didnt look at system folders...yes its there
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AClockworkTechCommented:
Do the replication partners look okay?  Look under the Storage group for instances and make sure it is an instance on the local server(s).
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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
sorry can you be a little more clear about that?
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akalbfellAuthor Commented:
Got it. no it wasnt replicating. fixed and its working now. Thanks.
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