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outlook 2000 problem


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hulud

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Hi,

we have an exchange 2003 server. on one of the client workstations, outlook 2000, which was working fine on friday, now the user tries to open outlook and gets the error message "unable to open your default email folders. you do not have permission to log on."

no changes have been made to either the server or the workstation over the weekend...

has anyone had this error or know a solution so that the user can again use outlook normally.

Thanks, :tazz:
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dsenette

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just as an attempt...have you tried logging in as a different user on that computer...and setting up outlook on that user to connect to the broken user's mail account?
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i havent tried that, i did connect to the broken user's mail account using the web client though, and that worked fine, so it appears to not actually be a permissions issue

Edited by hulud, 21 February 2006 - 04:24 PM.

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If you read the Terms of Use, that you agreed to when registering, you will see this:

We offer free computer help and tech support for home and personal use. We are not here to support others that work for profit, or to support/replace your company's IT department.


We aren't able to keep helping you here at GeeksToGo. I apologize for the inconvenience and confusion, as you have previously received help. However, we shut down all threads by people such as yourself, and it is unfair if we keep offering assistance to you. Hopefully, you can understand that. :tazz:
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