“The server was found but is not responding, check your advanced tab”

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Since yesterday every time I try to run Microsoft office 2000 an error message which states “The server was found but is not responding, check your advanced tab.” The program has been running well and no error of this kind has ever happened. I don’t understand why this is happening; clearly there is something that I should edit. Please help me resolve this issue for I don’t even know where to start. Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #108308

“The server was found but is not responding, check your advanced tab”

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Greetings to you ROGER KHAN,

For you to find the advanced tab, click TOOLS on the top menu and then ACCOUNTS. Then click on the mail server what you wished to edit then click PROPERTIES. Once PROPERTIES is clicked, does the ADVANCED tab show (not available)? Kindly tray changing it to available and you will be fine.

If still not solved, you can go to Help and Support in your computer and find troubleshoot solutions for your Microsoft Office 2000. Be sure to be connected online. It may need to go online to find answers with your problem.

 I hope this solved your problem.

Thank you!

J. James

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“The server was found but is not responding, check your advanced tab”

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Hallo Rogers,

There may be may be properties with the account settings of your ms office and therefore you will need to check them by using the following procedure:

Go to the top menu click of the ms office 2000 in a document that you have opened and then click on "tools", and then click on "accounts". In the accounts window, click on edit and then click "properties". After the properties tab loads check to see if the advanced tab is available, because it may be missing and therefore the cause of the problem.

You may need to reinstall your office 2000 if the problem persists.

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Regards
Lee Hung

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