Exchange Server 23010

Posted on 2014-04-01
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Last Modified: 2014-04-06
After uninstalling Symantec End Point our Outlook clients can no longer connect to exchange Server.
I can connect to Exchange server in /control panel mail and it finds user name and says it it connected but when I start Outlook it says " You must connect to Exchange Server before you can sync file.

Question by:stconline
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by:Justin Yeung
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you need to obtain cleanwipe from Symantec to remove the left over of the endpoint


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stconline earned 0 total points
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Thanks but I got it figured out. Needed to run ipconfig /registerdns after the ipconfig/flushdns then do a server reboot and everything connected fine and all is working well.

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Figured it out our selves

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