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Hello all,

I am running SBS 2011 with about 20 clients. 2 of them are having this issue.

The clients with the issue are XP sp3 with office 2007 sp 3.  (the rest are a mix of xp, vista and 7, with office 2007 and 2010) When outlook opens up it connects just fine. However, when I try to create a calendar item Outlook prompts for username and password, saying it is disconnected from the server. However, mail is received and sendable. I have been trying everything. I suspect it is the outlook anywhere that is asking for the credentials. Both connect with Http boxes are unchecked. I have tried all of the combinations as well.


please advise.

Thanks
Dave
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I would say if you have multiple DB's please do try to move mailbox and check or check you arent getting any alerts for DB corruption

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My server is an sbs server with only one information store, there is not option to move the mailbox.
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WIth Std you can create upto 5

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The issue turned out to be a 3rd party app had overtaken port 6200.
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These 3rd parties do create some tense moments with Exchange :) ........... So i guess you are good to resolve this post

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Had to work with microsoft to resolve it. I did not get the answer from any forum members
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