MS Outlook not talking with Exchange.

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I just reformmated a computer with Windows 2000 and Office 2000. I'm in a network setting with an Exchange 2000 and a domain controller. I trying setup the computer's outlook. It cannot connect to the information server of the Exchange. The error I got was "OXAB340111". I have done uninstalled and reinstalled Office. I am the network administrator and I cannot even set myself in this outlook. Have any ideas where to look next?
ASKED: October 5, 2004  2:30 PM
UPDATED: October 5, 2004  8:29 PM

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Are you able to ping the exchange server?

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  • KTech01
    Try this approach - first having setup exchange ensure that services are available from the exchange server. Are you running POP/SMTP can you access these services by doing simple telnet or server scan or browser ? As someone already mentioned can you ping the server? Is it available on the network. Start there and then lets move forward. Break down the problem into pieces. Connectivity permissions client configuration. things will move eaiser.
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