Windows XP with Outlook 2010 unable to connect to Exchange server

Posted on 2012-09-21
Last Modified: 2012-09-21

This morning none of my Windows XP users with Outlook 2010 are able to connect to the Exchange server.

All windows 7 users are OK.

It just says 'Trying to connect' and never manages to connect.

We use a hosted Exchange server, so connect through HTTP.

I've tried re-creating the mail profile but the wizard never finishes...when I click Next it doesn't do anything.

I think Windows Updates were installed yesterday on all the clients so it could be an update that's screwed us over???

Any other ideas?
Question by:failed

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    Was a problem at our Exchange hosts

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    Problem with exchange host

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