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Hi,

whenever the user tries to open up Outlook, it comes up with a message box "The current identity could not be changed because one of the applications was unable to switch. Close any open dialog boxes in other applications
before trying again. Identity Switch Cancelled"

User is a Home based user connecting onto our Domain via SRA and we all use the standard office XP and Outlook 2003 client. Our Exchange Server is 2007. It is only for this particular user that we experience this issue.

Could you please help. Many thanks.
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See if this helps you out... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224463
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Thnak you so much
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