Error: Cannot Open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on.



Error: Cannot Open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on.

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Scenario: Hi, I have below configuration of exchange 2010 server Setup:

1. Windows Domain Controller with Global Catalog on Windows Server 2008 which only for Windows 2008 Server Native.

Server Name: WDC2010

Domain: Blazex.Com

2. Hub/Client Access Server: It is installed on Windows Server 2008. As per Microsoft recommendation, I have just installed Windows Server 2008 and then join this computer to Blazex.com.

After that installed the Hub/Client Access Exchange role servers.

Server Name: HC2010.blazex.com (This is not a Addition Member server or ADC)

Role: Hub and Client Access Server.

3. Mailbox Server: It is installed on Windows Server 2008. As per Microsoft recommendation, I have just installed Windows Server 2008 and then join this computer to Blazex.com.

After that installed the Mailbox Exchange role servers.

Server Name: MBX2010.blazex.com (This is not a Addition Member server or ADC)

Role: Mailbox Server.

4. 2nd ¬*Mailbox Server: It is installed on Windows Server 2008. As per Microsoft recommendation, I have just installed Windows Server 2008 and then join this computer to Blazex.com.

After that installed the Mailbox Exchange role servers.

Server Name: 2MBX2010.blazex.com (This is not a Addition Member server or ADC)

Role: Mailbox Server.

5. Client Windows 7: It is installed on Windows 7 Ultimate Workstation. As per Microsoft recommendation, I have just installed Windows 7 and then join this computer to Blazex.com.

Workstation Name: WIN7.blazex.com

Role: Workstation

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Error Description: I have installed everything correctly but when I tried to open the MS Outlook on Client Workstation (Win7) then I get the below error. Even though, If I open the mailbox of Administrator or Other users. Same error I am getting.

Cannot Open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on.

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I don't know what I am missing but I think there is some configuration I need to do on Hub/Client Access Server (HC2010).

Here lot of person also asked the same question but I didn't see the answers.

But one think noticed on Hub/Client server, there are firewall enabled on this server which is by default as other server. When I tried to ping this server through mailbox server or Domain Controller I am not able to ping this server. But I am able to ping all other servers and client to each other. I disabled the firewall and tried to access the mailbox but I couldn't help. Firewall should be not a problem as other servers have enable this option and it should be enabled by default. This was just my suspicion.

I am trying to get the log error but there are not any error found on the Hub/Client server, work staion or Mailbox server.

Right now I am stuck here and don't know how to solve this.

Could you please help me on this?

Thanks and Regards

Shambhu


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I have update my exchange to the later version but i found that if i add new user to my domain and new mailbox, my user will have a "unable to open default e-mail folders. You do no have permission to log on. Check on Microsoft knowledger base and found that i need a file "lsdxamex.exe". Where do I go to find this file.





I just had to rebuild our Exchange 2003sp2 server.¬* It's running on Win2k3 R2 SP2...

The process of reconnecting all the Outlook 2007 clients involved creating new profiles, and worked fine with the defaults that auto-config set¬*except for the last 2 users I visited; both travel and¬*are using laptops.¬*
If they try to run in cached mode, they get the following error:
"Cannot open your default e-mail folders. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object. ¬*See the folder contact or your system administrator."
Non-cached mode works just fine.

I thought it was an .ost problem, so I deleted the existing file.¬* It didn't help.
I looked¬*at the¬*active directory permissions outlined in¬*http://www.activedir.org/Articles/ta...ons-Issue.aspx¬*and everything looked fine.
Users are in the local admin group.
It is not limited to just these 2 users; a new user on a clean system experiences the same problem.
Outlook safe-mode does not bypass the issue.
Nothing shows up in logs if Outlook logging is enabled.
Nothing unusual shows up in the logs¬*after MSExchangeIS Mailbox logging is enabled at any logging level.
issue not tied to OS:¬* users affected¬*are running¬*Vista Business sp1.¬* Other Vista users not affected; test system was XP pro SP3.




I set up a shared mailbox, and made myself the owner. I gave the users that
need access to the shared mailbox Publishing Author rights. The problem I am
having is that the users are getting errors when they try to access the
mailbox using the profile option as they open Outlook. The error states the
following: "unable to open your default e-mail folders. you do not have
permission to logon."

Has anyone ran into this problem?

DW




I created a new user with exchange account and when I log in to his box and run Outlook, I get this message. "Unable to to open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on."

Any help is appreciated




I have a problem with a new exchange 2010 setup, this is my first exchange install and setup.
Everything is working as it should be apart from any outlook client trying to use outlook anywhere. OWA is working prefectly and I can sync with iphone but when I try to setup outlook i get the following error "Cannot open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on." This error occurs after I put in my user name and password. I have also given permission to the the users mailbox in EMC.
Any help would be great!
Thanks




Hi,

I have a DAG installation of e2010 where the servers participating in the
DAG are in different sites with CAS and HTS in each site.

The DAG fails over perfectly and I have to switch CAS boxes with OWA to be
able to connect (I'm not sure if this is supposed to be like this).

My problem is thus: I can connect to my mailbox with OWA and all is well,
but, I cannot connect with MAPI (Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010) whether my
Desktop is part of the domain or not. Windows 7 and XP gives the same
problem (i.e. OS independent).

The error I get is "Cannot open your default e-mail folders. You do not have
permission to log on." Theere are no error messages in the Event Viewer of
the Desktop or the CAS servers.

Any help will be appreciated.




Hi,

I have a DAG installation of e2010 where the servers participating in the
DAG are in different sites with CAS and HTS in each site.

The DAG fails over perfectly and I have to switch CAS boxes with OWA to be
able to connect (I'm not sure if this is supposed to be like this).

My problem is thus: I can connect to my mailbox with OWA and all is well,
but, I cannot connect with MAPI (Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010) whether my
Desktop is part of the domain or not. Windows 7 and XP gives the same
problem (i.e. OS independent).

The error I get is "Cannot open your default e-mail folders. You do not have
permission to log on." Theere are no error messages in the Event Viewer of
the Desktop or the CAS servers.

Any help will be appreciated.




Right, im really pulling my hair out here.

We are running Microsoft Exchange 2000.
It all runs fine.

However, 2 weeks ago, for no reason whatsoever, i could not access Outlook.
I opened the exe and it said "CANNOT START MICROSOFT OUTLOOK. UNABLE TO DISPLAY THE SELECTED FOLDER OR ITEM. YOU DO NOT HAVE PERMISSION TO LOG ON."

Now that is rubbish as im the IT manager and i have permission for just about everything!

Anyway, I tried a few times but still the same message. I restarted the laptop. Same message.
So I logged on as someone else on my laptop and configured outlook. They could log on fine and open Outlook.

So I tried my profile on another Machine. I could access my inbox fine.

So I deleted my profile from my Laptop. logged on again as me and all was ok. Until the last few days. I have been repeating this process a couple of times a day and its getting very tedious. I even tried it on my Brand New Laptop and the same problem occurs there.

I even resorted to deleting my entire profile from Active directory† from† the Domain controller and started again. The problem still keeps happening.

Any Ideas?




I have Vista SP1 and Office 2007. My Outlook is set up to use my AOL email account. When I try to open Outlook, I get the message "Cannot open your default e-mail folders. The server is not available. Contact your administrator if this condition persists."

Outlook had been working fine for several weeks. I changed a couple of settings a couple weeks ago, but Outlook continued working after that. Then it stopped about a week ago, and I have no idea why.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.




Exchange is 2003 and Outlook is 2007

When we tried to set up the Outlook on a new desktop for one particular
user, we got the following error.
"Cannot open your default e-mail folders. Microsoft exchange is not
available. Either there are network problems or the exchange computer is
down for maintenance."

The user has NO problem on his current desktop, and NO problem accessing
OWA.
The user got the same error when he tried to access the Outlook on Terminal
server as well.

We started troubleshooting and deleted user's profile on Terminal server as
well as that new desktop, but the problem is still there. We did not want to
delete the user profile on his current working desktop so no interruption to
him.

We eventually found out we can set up Outlook for this user if we logged in
with domain administrator's credential. It seems to do with permission so we
compare his security setting with other users in AD but found nothing
particular.

Any advise?
Thanks

Calvin




I am using Outlook 2007 trying to connect to Exchange 2007. I am just setting this up remotely. And I get this error. Cannot open your default e-mail folders. The information store could not be opened. I have tried the RPC registry key, which I had to add and safe mode.





office 2010, exchange 2003 sp3, win 7.

error:  Cannot open your default e-mail folders.  Your must connect to microsoft exchange with the current profile before you can synchronize your folders with your outlook data file (.ost).

I have tried to make it "Always prompt for credentials" as it was suggested by another forum.




when opening outlook, i receive this error... "cannot open your default e-mail folders.  errors have been detected in the folder c:usersournameappdatalocalmicrosoftoutlooko utlook.pst".  i've tried uninstalling and reinstalling outlook - but no luck.  all my email is from hotmail, so it's not saved on my computer.  how can i fix so i can use outlook again?




Hi all, new user here! Great forum from what I've seen so far.

We have Exchange Server 2000 running on our W2K Server for our network. We have 46 retail locations around 8 different counties, and each of these locations dials in to retrieve email throughout the day as needed. We have regional supervisors that we want to set up to be able to check their email from the various locations, so I have set up a couple test stores with profiles in Outlook 2000 at the locations. When the Supervisor chooses their profile, Outlook pops up an error message that says:

"Unable to open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on."

The store computer logs on as one user, "store04", and the problem comes from that user "store04" trying to access the mailbox of the Supervisor. Is it possible to tell Exchange that you want that user to be able to access the mailbox of the Supervisor? It's really not an option for us to have to reboot the PC and log on to the computer as a different user, but if that's the only way I guess we have no choice. Any thoughts, ideas, and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Derriel Cribbs




Apparently I have screwed up some settings. The only thing I am aware of that changed was that I added some groups to my AD account.

Exch2000 - Outlook2000
When I try to open Outlook on my PC, I get the message:
"Unable to open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on."

It is only my account that gets this message, but it happens on any PC that I try to access my mailbox.

The strange thing is that I can change the Exchange properties in my Outlook services: advanced: logon network security: - change this to none and I am able to log on to my mail box (It does ask for my user name, domain, and password).

Any ideas as to what I may have done?




Hi-

I'm trying to temporarily disable a users email (outlook) account in
exchange 5.5. The account will be re-instated in two weeks (time off
due to bad email behaviour apparently). I've read the groups and come
up with what seems to be a workaround, but in my test scenarios, I
can't get everything to work properly.

I've tried assigning the primary NT account to a hidden "test" user
account I have, as well as changing the alias on the general tab to a
non-existant alias. After a considerable amount of time (30 minutes or
more) this seems to kick in and I get the deisred result of "Unable to
open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log
on." When I change back the alias and Primary user account, I cannot
log back into outlook. Initially I thought there was an issue with an
exchange server refresh interval, but this has been over two hours now
with no change in result.

Suggestions? Is there a better way to do this?

Thanks-
Brian




I added a new user yesterday and setup a mailbox for them. They were able to access it and use it all day; however, this morning they are not able to open outlook.

We get this message:

"Unable to open your default e-mail folders. You do not have permission to log on."

Any Ideas? We can open the mailbox through OWA.




I have Exchange Server 5.5, with Windows NT 4.0 Server as operating system and using Microsoft Outlook 2000 as e-mail client. Clients using Windows 98 as operating System.
Some users have multiple mailbox.What should I do to configure both the Exchange server and Microsoft Outlook 2000..so that with only 1(one) connection and 1(one) login account, the user can access all of his/her mailboxes in Exhchange server? I tried to create more than 1
profile to each mailbox, but after I tried to connect to Exchange server, the message displayed : " Unable to open your
default e-mail folders. you do not have permission to log on".

What should I do? Thanks for the help




We are using Exhange 2003 with Outlook 2000 in a Terminal Services
environment. I have an user that all of the sudden the other day was not
able to open his Outlook. It has a pop-up that says "Unable to open default
email folders. You do not have permission to log on."
I tried logging him onto Outlook Web Access as a temporary way for him to
check his email and he is able to log onto that just fine. Any ideas why he
can't check email through Outlook?