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Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby WmFrYXJpYQ » Sun, 15 Jul 2007 02:26:08 GMT

Hello

Can anyone help with this problem.

Reciently the exchange mailbox store databases crashed and I have replaced 
it with a new mail box store.

However one client do not want to reconnect the user mailbox. When I try to 
add the user it tells me the operation failed.

Thanks


Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby Susan » Sun, 15 Jul 2007 02:43:19 GMT

how are you going about this?  what did you do with the other users?  how 
did you "replace" the store?

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Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby Rich Matheisen [MVP] » Sun, 15 Jul 2007 09:59:04 GMT




If you replaced the old database with a new one, how are you finding a
mailbox in the database to reconnect to the user in the AD???

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Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby WmFrYXJpYQ » Sun, 15 Jul 2007 17:50:00 GMT








Hello Rich

All users expcept one download mail into the pst folders, therefor I backed 
up the one user who used trhe mailbox, deleted all mailboxes, deleted the 
mailbox store, recreated a new store and new mailboxes.

Most of the client would connect with the old account still configured in 
outlook however they did not connect everytime, therefore I deleted the 
account on the client and reconfigured it. All client have being working fine 
except one, where I get the operation failed error when I try to reconfigure 
the account. 

Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby Rich Matheisen [MVP] » Mon, 16 Jul 2007 00:41:57 GMT



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That's a bit extreme. Just deleting the database would have eliminated
any problem you had with mailboxes.


Outlook has a MAPI profile, not an account.


Does that mean you deleted the MAPI (Outlook) profile?


Okay, so you're down to a much narrower scope. You have an Outlook
client that cannot connect to a mailbox when you create a new profile
for them.

Can that user use OWA successfully? Can that user use another machine
and connect to their mailbox by creating a profile on the other
machine? Have you deleted any OST files that might have been on that
user's machine?

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Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby WmFrYXJpYQ » Mon, 16 Jul 2007 01:06:04 GMT








Yes to all.

Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby Rich Matheisen [MVP] » Mon, 16 Jul 2007 02:15:37 GMT






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Then the problem is local to the user's machine, and not at all
related to the Exchange server. You can spend the time to troubleshoot
the thing, or you can reimage (or blow away and reinstall) the client
machine. As a less extreme starting point, try the "Detect and Repair"
option in Outlook. Maybe that'll fix it.

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Rich Matheisen
MCSE+I, Exchange MVP
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Re: Connecting outlook to exchange

Postby WmFrYXJpYQ » Mon, 16 Jul 2007 03:24:00 GMT










Thanks
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