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Hi,

We have a problem with someone who has imac's, when we configure the mail application or the outlook for mac with an exchange email adres it keeps asking for the password, we know the password is the right one, we tried it with \domain\user which trick we found on google, but nothing works, whit all their windows based computers there are no problems, only whit all the macs. Also user@domain.local doesn't work. When we log in the web based situation /owa there is also no problem.

pls help
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by:David Paris Vicente
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Hi Can You provide your Mac OS x version and exchange version that you are using?

Regards
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by:MarkerErp
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max os x first time we tried was lion, we updated serveral systems to Mavericks, same problem.
Exchange is version 2007, sbs 2008
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Is your Exchange 2007 at least with SP1  with Update Rollup 4 or later installed.
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by:MarkerErp
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hmm, do you know where we can check that?
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by:David Paris Vicente
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You an check that on your EMC -> Server Configuration->Central Pane Server Name and Version.
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by:MarkerErp
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we knew the problem with rollup 4 and sp1 from the past, only then it happened with windows and mac computers, so that was allready done, but you made us think about updating to sp2 and sp3, ones we did that the problem was solves.

Thanks .
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