Outlook 2003  reconnecting to exchange server

Posted on 2011-05-02
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
If I exit Outlook 2003 running on a client computer I am unable to re-open Outlook and connect to Exchange server running on SBS 2003 server.  Reconnecting to Exchange requires that I re-boot the client computer.  This is a relatively recent problem
Question by:jskogut

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bigg_oil earned 200 total points
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try the link below. what is the exact error that you recive

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It looks like you may have another app that is making use of the outlook connection.
Check you are not indexing your mail via a desktop search engine (Google Desktop does this).

Also check your AV client is not trying to scan all your mailbox data.
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Consider deleting and re-create your outlook profile to ensure all credentials etc are up to date

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