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TLS in Outlook 2003

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In Outlook 2007, there is a selection for TLS, but I can not find it in Outlook 2003.  Any ideas that I can set this up?  thx
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by:atrevido
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Its magically fixed in Outlook 2003 SP2, do you have that?
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I did the updates, but I still dont see that...they have outlook 2003 SP3..thx
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any thoughts?  thx
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If I have sp3, can I assume my outlook can send TLS mail even there is no selection like outlook07? Thx
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Yes, that is my understanding in reading the MS docs.  As long as you've set up the server side AOK, it should just work.
You did the certificate on the server?  Which exchange server is it?
 
 
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839629
 
 
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I gave our email isp a list of domains and they added them.  I did a test over outlook 07, it works fine, just dont know the outlook 03.  thx
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atrvido is indeed right as Outlook 2003 SP1 post host fix (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839629) do address this concern. Now as you have mentioned that you have Outlook 2003 SP3 try uninstalling the SP3 and let us know
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Please correct me if I am. Wrong, if I have sp3 already, doesn't it men it supports tls?  Thx
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Naturally it should support. Now i have asked you to uninstall and try was a step to determine whether the Outlook 2003 SP 3 installation was successful or not so as to address the concern.
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Okay, I will try that tomorrow in the office, if it works, does it mean tls selction will be visable?thx
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There is no selection per se in Outlook 2003 to support TLS.  There's nothing you must check nor is there a radio button.  As long as you set up the Exchange server side properly with the certificate and all the other steps then Outlook should just work.
Here is the 2nd time I've asked this question, WHAT EXCHANGE SERVER ARE YOU USING???  2000?  2003? 2007?
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