Whether it’s an Exchange setup matter or an issue with Outlook?

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While opening ‘the Select Names Dialog’ with a view to getting all the members of a specific distribution list, I used to make use of the same code unerringly that I got from msdn. In the case of Outlook 2010, it seems to function accurately on a test server.

But the same does not happen in Outlook 2007 in the environment where I am used to working. The recommendation of Outlook Object Library 12.0 is added to the assignment I am working on. It is, in fact, a COMException. Usually I am used to trying it.

But what happens is that ‘the Select Names Dialog’ simply doesn't demonstrate up either way. I have already thrown the exception at the Outlook.SelectNamesDialog snd = olApp.Session.GetSelectNamesDialog(); line.

From my inquiring, I can’t decide whether it is an issue with security. Is it? Yet the fact is that it does not get to that point where it’s snatching the DL or the members. I am badly in need of fixing the issue.

For your better understanding it is to be noted here that although I have limited administrative rights over the Exchange server, I, if needed, will be able to fine-tune some of the things after taking permission.

Will you please tell me whether it’s an Exchange setup matter or an issue with Outlook? Or it is something else.

Please give me a solution.

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Whether it’s an Exchange setup matter or an issue with Outlook?

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There are some difference between Microsoft outlook 2010 and outlook 2007. For this reason it can happen. May be it can't support in the Microsoft outlook 2007 which you want to do. Try booting it with one of these five command-line startup switches. More than likely, one will help identify as well as fix the problem, not matter which version of Outlook you’re running.

Some early Office 365 adopters have found that Outlook won’t connect to hosted Exchange for one reason or another. Before calling Office 365 support, check out the likely culprits, as well as the solutions. You should check trouble shooting problem and fix it. May be it works out.

Answered By 0 points N/A #142452

Whether it’s an Exchange setup matter or an issue with Outlook?

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Microsoft Outlook provides a single, integrated solution for organizing and managing your digital communications tools such as email and instant messaging, along with all your day to day information from calendars and contacts to task lists and notes. Many times, you are on your own. Would it help if somebody explained? At your Odesk? Slowly, with pictures? And with exercises you could do at  your own speed? For free?

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