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Outlook 2007 - 16.Apr.2008 2:21:21 PM   
leungda

 

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When I setup a user using outlook, the outlook complain the following "The name cannot be recolved. The name cannot matched the name in address list". Any idea? The user is working fine on POP3 and OWA but now he want to use the exchange setup. How can I fix it?

P.S. The user is listed on default Global Address List (no hidden)

I also updated the Rollup 1 for Exchange Server 2007 SP1

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RE: Outlook 2007 - 22.Apr.2008 2:24:37 PM   
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I have totally redo the excchange setup. Now It is working fine. Now, I find some interested thing to setup outlook without the computer join to domain.

For me,
(1) I have to enable the RPC over HTTP on the server
(2) enable the Outlook Anywhere in exchange 2007 
(3) in exchange shell  and type in: Set-OutlookProvider –id exch –server: yourservername
(4) For me, I am using zoneedit to resolve my DNS record. So, I login to zoneedit and add a alias  (CNAME) "autodiscover.abc.com to abc.com". Sometime, you have to wait 24hours to get your dns update. in the meantime, you can edit the hosts file in c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc and add a record like
123.123.123.123                autodiscoverer.abc.com
(5) ok.... I am using outlook 2007. easy..... just Be sure to select Microsoft Exchange Server, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, then click Next. and type in yourname, email and password.
(6) Now, outlook should be able to pickup all the setting for you and you are good to go.

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