Connection Error in Exchange 2003

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Outlook 2003 cannot connect to Exchange 2007. It is giving an error message. I have tried ‘ipconfig’ and ‘flushdns’ but it is not able to fix the problem. I have restarted the exchange server information store service, but it is also not able to fix the problem. Even the restart of exchange server is not able to solve the issue. I have changed the cache settings, but there is no change in the result. It is showing all exchange services are working properly.

I have deleted the user and created it again in the Outlook 2003 and also changed the password. I have tried with the office repair, but there is no change in the result. Outlook 2003 has been used for some months and there is no big changes made, however it is not working. Outlook 2007 is working properly. But one user doesn’t want to use Outlook 2007. If anybody knows the solution to solve this, please help me. I will be thankful for all your help.


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Connection Error in Exchange 2003


Procedure 1

Follow the first procedure and then try the rest for a step by step narrowing the procedure.

  1. Create Public folder tree in the Exchange.
  2. go to your mailbox and then enable the MAPI.
  3. Enable the encryption on your connection.
  4. Do make sure that your mailbox has the cached exchanged option enabled.
  5. Activate the Outlook.

Procedure 2

  1. The first step is the same as procedure 1.
  2. Connect this folder to mailbox that you have already made.
  3. Make sure you use Configure (OAB).
  4. Make sure to restart your both Outlook and Exchange after doing this.

There are few links too that have the detailed explanation on this.

Outlook Exchange 2007

Earlier Outlook clients cant connect to Exchange 2007 Server

​Outlook With an Exchange 2007

Will help you in this matter.

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