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I have an issue to sent mail from a shared mailbox on my account. I get this error then sending
Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:        
      Sent: 18-11-2014 11:28

The following recipient(s) cannot be reached:

      Pheiffer, Annette on 18-11-2014 11:28
            This message could not be sent. Try sending the message again later, or contact your network administrator.  Error is [0x80040111-00000000-00000000].


I have setup the mailbox in the Mail Setup under the Control Panel.
I have the Default Outlook Profile and the shared mailbox. I have checked 'Prompt for a profile to be used'

Here's what I tried so far:
1.      Verified that it could receive messages. Only sending was affected. It's able to send and receive messages using OWA. It's only with Outlook the issue occur.
2.      Deleted the OST file. At this point I thought it was resolved. But later the same issue occurred.
3.      Deleted the OST file again and completely removed the Outlook profile for shared mailbox. Re-created the profile and even changed the name of the OST file it would create from the standard outlook.ost to something totally different. But later the same issue occurred again.
4.      Deleted the user profile on the Computer. And setup the mailboxes again.
5.      Tried to setup the mailbox on another Computer with my profile logged on and same problem occurs again.
6.      Reinstalled the Computer from scratch. Same issue occurred again.

There's no problem with sending from my own mailbox, but when I change to the shared mailbox, then the issue occur. There's no problem if I open the shared mailbox before I open my own mailbox. It's only then I change from my own to the shared mailbox this issue occur.

Any idea what I should do to fix this issue.

Regards Henrik
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by:Tej Pratap Shukla ~Dexter
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Hi..

you may be operating outlook in "cache Exchange mode".


Try the following steps: -

1). Go to Tools >> Email Accounts
2). Edit the existing account
3). If you are on Exchange, click the More Settings button at the bottom of the window
4). Save changes and exit Outlook.
5). Remove the *ost file
6). Reopen Outlook

You should now be able to send email

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by:Mark Galvin
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I would check if you have permissions to Send As from the shared mailbox.
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by:CPKelco
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@ Dexter morgan
Which changes needs to be Saved?

When I click the More Settings button there are a General, Advanced, Security, Connection and Remote Mail tab. And nothing to Save because nothing has been changed.

@ Mark Galvin
The Permissions are set to Send As. Then I open the Shared mailbox before my own, then there's no problem with sending mails. It's only then I have changed the mailbox from my own to the Shared mailbox.
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by:Mark Galvin
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Hi

Dexter was suggesting turning off Cached Exchange Mode. It is a check box once you are inside the More Settings/Advanced:
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. This post seems to indicate turning off Cached Exchange Mode will fix too https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/6f3f3fd3-f55d-4332-9434-6327f800182f/0x80040111-error-while-trying-to-send-email-in-outlook-2007?forum=outlook
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by:Tej Pratap Shukla ~Dexter
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hi..

I mean to say edit your settings by disabling Cache Exchange Mode

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by:CPKelco
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Thanks for your input
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The check box to Use Cahced Exchange Mode is greyed out so I cannot change this option.
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Tej Pratap Shukla ~Dexter earned 500 total points
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Hi for that try it

1). At first, open registry settings(window + R, Type regedit in run prompt)

2). Click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER >> Software >> Office >> 13.0 >> Outlook >> then click OST

3).Modify the following entry

Right-click the NoOST entry on the right and click Modify

Give it a value of 0

Restart Outlook and the Use Exchange Mode option shouldn’t be grayed out anymore, Now you can make it disable

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by:CPKelco
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I solved the problem by entering registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\office\12.0\Outlook\Cached Mode

Changed the CachedExchangeMode to value 0
Changed the Enable to value 0

Thank you all for your big help
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by:CPKelco
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it worked with minor modifications
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welcome dear :)
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