Outlook 2003 : Your Microsoft exchange server is unavailable

Posted on 2012-09-11
Last Modified: 2012-09-19
Every time open Outlook 2003. System show dialog box that message is " Your Microsoft exchange server is unavailable " . User must crick "Retry" button for complete connection to mail server .It is inconvenience


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1.I have to attached screenshot for this issue
2.Exchange server 2003 Version
Question by:Thenkung
    LVL 6

    Assisted Solution

    Check ur outlook profile and its configuration then retry again. Also check that ur system is well connected in the internal network environment with internet.
    LVL 52

    Accepted Solution

    This could happen if the Mailbox Database or Exchange is down as well or there is connectivity issues with your Machine and Exchange.

    Did you try to access your mailbox using OWA\Webmail ?
    Not sure if some DC is unavailable ?

    - Rancy
    LVL 1

    Assisted Solution

    Check the following:

    Can anyone else access their outlook?
    Can the user access their outlook on a known working PC?
    Is the affected computer connect to your network?

    If the PC is connected to the network and another user can access their outlook account on your machine then i would try deleting and recreating the users profile as it could be down to a corrupt profile.

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