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Outlook Office 2003 problems


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ClosetStarTrekker

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Hello there,

I have recently converted from using Outlook from Office 2000 to Outlook from Office 2003. 2000 worked perfectly but after I installed 2003 when I open Outlook I get a message asking for a password to Microsoft LDAP Directory. It has username and server name as NULL and a port number. When I installed Outlook I did not assign any passwords, so I don't know where this is comming from. Also if I click on OK or Cancel Outlook still loads and seems to work perfectly.

This seems to be one of those things that is more of an annoyance then anything but it would be nice to get rid of it.

Thanks for your help

Paul
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In Outlook 2003, click Tools > E-mail Accounts > View or change existing directories or address books > Next. Select the LDAP service, click Remove, then click OK.

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Hello SpywareDr,

Thank you so much for that information, worked perfectly.

Thanks again

Paul
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You're more than welcome Paul. Thanks for posting back. :D
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