Cannot use PFDAV with Exchange 2007


We are running Exchange 2007 SP1 and have a dedicated PF server -

I need to find the location of a particular Public Folder, MeetingRoom1, within the tree, so I figured PFDAV would be a good tool to use.

I am using v2.8 with the following settings:

Exchange Server: public01
Authenticate as currently logged onuser
Connection: Public Folders

"An error occured whilst trying to establish a connection to the Exchange server. Be sure that port 443 or 80 can be reached.. Be sure the PF store is mounted"

I've read some threads on this, but they all say to install .Net Framework 1.1 and Exchange Management tools, which I've already done.

Any ideas on how to get this to work?
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Do you have another workstation you can try it from? Or a VM? try it on a machine with only Framework 1.1 installed. On the download page it doesn't say anything about installing the Exchange management tools...

Can you connect to https://my_serverIP/ExAdmin/Admin/domainName/public%20folders ? does it give you a certificate error?
Joe_BuddenAuthor Commented:
Have tried from another WKS, still not working?
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Does the user account you are using have a mailbox? If not, use a different account.

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Thanks for the points. Was the solution to use an account with a mailbox?
Joe_BuddenAuthor Commented:
Yes it was - sorry, should have made that clearer...and thanks for the answer :)
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