RE: Outlook Client/Security

  • From: "Rodney Harris" <Harris@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 12:52:12 -0600

What type network card is installed in the exchange server?  I mention this 
because I had a Dell with a 100Mb/Gb network card that was giving similar 
problems.  It was actually causing Exchange to shut down due to network 
problems.  I had forced it to use 100 Mb half duplex, then full duplex with the 
same results.  Only after I changed to a 10/100 card did the problems go away.

-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Lanyon [mailto:elanyon@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 12:28 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Outlook Client/Security

Thought I'd throw this out again and see if I get any bites.

I have E2K running on my only DC.  The DC is forced to 100 Full Duplex which 
connects to a NetGear 10/100 switch.  The clients are W98 and are also forced 
to 100 Full Duplex and connect to the same switch.  When on the client PC, I 
launch Outlook 2002.  It comes back saying "Your Microsoft Exchange Server is 
Unavailable."  I then select retry and it does connect to the E2K server.  Then 
I get a box that says it's requesting data from an Exchange Server.  Outlook 
then appears and freezes while that same message appears yet again.  Once it's 
done communicating with the E2K server for a second time, all works, no 
problems.   I can use the UNC path and connect to the DC's shares, so I don't 
think it's related to communication.  Though I could be wrong.  Any suggestions 
or where to look?  I didn't see anything that related to this problem on the MS 

Does anyone have the default or recommended Access setting for IMAP, POP3, 



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