RE: Outlook connection problem

  • From: Chris Wall <Chris.Wall@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'[ExchangeList]'" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Dec 2004 11:15:56 -0500

When setting up the profile in Outlook while logged into 'Domain A', you can
select 'prompt for user name and password' when opening the profile. This
will allow you to provide the credentials of 'Domain B' where the mailbox is
located and access the mailbbox.  This solution is assuming that you are
physically connected to a network infrastructure that provides access to
'Domain B'.

Be aware that this profile in 'Domain B' will require its own profile....
UNLESS there is a trust between the two domains, then you can have the
Exchange admin give your account in 'Domain A' permissions to the mailbox.
This way you will not have to prompt for security credentials.  


Regards,
Chris


-----Original Message-----
From: William Holmes [mailto:wtholmes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, December 23, 2004 11:00 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Outlook connection problem

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Hello,

I have a really weird and annoying problem. I have a laptop which is a
member
Different Windows Domain than is my Exchange Server.  I am running Outlook
2003 and I would like to connect to my exchange server. If I log into my
normal logon account on the laptop I can not sucessfully setup an Outlook
profile. If I log onto another account on the laptop I can setup a profile
and connect. 

With my own account I start setting up the profile but during the check
username part it simply freezes up. Being patient I walked away from it for
an hour and still nothing. 

As I say I can create a profile using another account on the laptop and I
can
sucessfully connect. So I don't think it's a networking issue. It simply
hangs up when start outlook.  I've tried safe mode as well same deal. 

Has anyone else seen this type of bahavior?  I would really like to use
outlook with my own user account.  BTW I can sucessfully connect with other
machines using my account so its specific to this laptop/user account.

Any ideas?

Thanks

Bill

William Holmes (MCP)
Department of Computer Science
310 Upson Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
wtholmes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
607 255-1757 (o) 607 227-6049 (c)
 

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