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i have migrated my server from sbs 2003 to sbs 2008 my clients are unable to load the profile also i had users in my domain who were using exchange but were not part of the domain now they are unable to log using outlook
please advise
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Have you tried to give the outlook users new profiles? With outlook shut go to control panel -> mail -> profiles -> delete profile. Then open outlook again and manually set the options. Enter your new exchange details and that should fix your problem..
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yes i have
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it doesnt do it keeps on asking for password from users
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i have sorted it out
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