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Exchange 2007 IMAP Connection problem

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Hello ,

I have an exchange 2007 installation with all the roles in seperate servers , 2 edge , 2 cas , 2 mbx.

So, i have a specific user in an organization that he can't login with IMAP . He takes an error about wrong password . From OWA he logins successfully , with POP3 also successfully but with IMAP i take that password is incorrect. All other users in this organization work without any problems. Only this user has the problem.

I also try restart IMAP services in both CAS servers but problem not solved.

Any ideas?
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from IMAP not working with Exchange 2007

By default IMAP Server login type is set "SecureLogin",that means you need use IMAP SSL (Port 993) to login your IMAP4 Server.

check if ssl denies the login and post back.
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Can you help me where to check this ?

Thanks
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