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Outlook 2010 Repeated Login Request


I ran a test using testexchangeconnectivity.com and everything turns out fine except for "Attemping to log on to the Exchange Information Store".

In additional I have "

Store logon returned ecLoginPerm 1010. You don't have the correct permissions to sign in to the

mailbox."

I could login using OWA fine. An Outlook 2010 client will repeatedly ask me for credentials when opening up.  It will never load the mailbox.  It can retrieve the exchange settings fine though.

None of my exchange services are running using a domain service account.  I left the default configuration SBS 2008 assigned.

Any ideas why this may be happening?

thanks for everyone's help in advance.


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I seem to be having issues with IE8 and OWA. This is not a problem that has occured with previous versions but does so with the new IE. When I enter the address to connect to OWA it prompts for a user and password as usual. It logs in and everything seems ok until you try to compose a new message or do any action that requires it to open in a new window. At this point it prompts you again for a login. Once again..as long as your navigating the mailboxes and calenders within the original window it works fine. Only when a new window is required does the repeat login request occur. Is there an update that can be applied to fix this issue?

Using Published Calendar With Outlook 2007. Every time Outlook opens we get
repeated logins for WinID user name and password. Even during day it pops up.
Even when we have checked to remember password. Any advise how this can be
stopped. We need to continue using published calendars - but can't cope with
irritation of having to continually sign in with username and password - it
seems for every person you have subscribed to you have to enter username and
password.
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Margy

Using Published Calendar With Outlook 2007. Every time Outlook opens we get
repeated logins for WinID user name and password. Even during day it pops up.
Even when we have checked to remember password. Any advise how this can be
stopped. We need to continue using published calendars - but can't cope with
irritation of having to continually sign in with username and password - it
seems for every person you have subscribed to you have to enter username and
password.
--
Margy

I have an Annoying Thing (password request) which pops up when I am using Outlook 2010 to connect to my internet mail server btinternet.

I had this problem in November. I changed all sorts of things, re-entered all the info in the email account settings etc etc but nothing seemed to work. Then it went away of its own accord. It never appeared from 26-Nov until two days ago when up it came again, time after time. I have again reconfirmed all the info in email account settings but it won’t go away. It doesn’t appear when I am using Internet Explorer, it is an email issue.

I am not aware that anything changed on 26-November nor two days ago. It doesn’t come up every time Outlook connects, just every so often.

Any ideas for getting rid of it permanently?

When I receive JPG files in Outlook 2010, I am requested to save the attached files to a disc before I am able to view them.

Is there a way I can view the files without saving them first? Something I can switch off somewhere?


Issue description:

After deleting a child folder from an IMAP account, the parent folder's subtree is collapsed on the navigation pane, and any sibling folders will not be visible on the navigation pane until you have collapsed and then expanded the grandparent folder/account on the navigation pane treeview.

Severity:

Moderately severe - this bug caused me to delete an important email folder from my main work email account, thinking it was empty because no contents were shown.  If this is causing problems for computer experts, I can only imagine what will happen when novices start using Outlook 2010.

Repeatability:

100% repeatable.  Just follow the procedure described above.

Potentially similar issue:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...7-8864c156f478


Hi,

We are running a pure Exchange 2003 environment.  We have found that clients who are running Outlook 2010 and forward meeting requests to others, produce the following:

Your meeting was forwarded

John Doe has forwarded your meeting request to additional recipients.

 

Meeting

 

review

 

 

Meeting Time

 

Monday, August 23, 2010 1:30 PM - Monday, August 23, 2010 2:00 PM

 

 

Recipients

 

Engineering Office

All times listed are in the following time zone:  (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

I know there is an option to turn these notifications off in Exchange 2007, but we are not running Exchange 2007.  These notifications only are produced when a user using Outlook 2010 forwards meeting requests.  All other Outlook clients (2007 and 2003) that we have do not generate this message.

Could this be a setting in Outlook 2010?  I have looked through the options within Outlook 2010, and have not been able to find anything on this. 

Thanks,

Tony


Hi,

We are running a pure Exchange 2003 environment.  We have found that clients who are running Outlook 2010 and forward meeting requests to others, produce the following:

Your meeting was forwarded

John Doe has forwarded your meeting request to additional recipients.

 

Meeting

 

review

 

 

Meeting Time

 

Monday, August 23, 2010 1:30 PM - Monday, August 23, 2010 2:00 PM

 

 

Recipients

 

Engineering Office

All times listed are in the following time zone:  (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

I know there is an option to turn these notifications off in Exchange 2007, but we are not running Exchange 2007.  These notifications only are produced when a user using Outlook 2010 forwards meeting requests.  All other Outlook clients (2007 and 2003) that we have do not generate this message.

Could this be a setting in Outlook 2010?  I have looked through the options within Outlook 2010, and have not been able to find anything on this. 

Thanks,

Tony


Errors repeatedly in Outlook 2010

Error1 - ... reported error (0x80041003) "the server reported a temp error. ERROR 5102. Server Xfs request "Sync Bianary" failed. Response Code: "DbError", server response "720    0" Aux Data (Base 64) Error 2:- Task 'anandj@msn.com' reported error (0x8004102A): Error with Send/Receive.  There was a error synchonizing your folder hierchy Error 80041003

Please help resolve this urgently.  As I have been trying / hoping it would go away on its on since Oct 30.  Many thanks.

 

Anand P Jaiswal

Hi there,

I have a problem with a particular user having problems booking meeting requests and resources. Usr is using Outlook 2010 client on Exchange 2003

User has Author rights to the Calendar in question (another user's calendar)
When she tries to create a meeting appointment while also booking a resource the following happens:

1 she gets a confirmation that the resource has been booked successfully
2 then she gets an error message: The Operation failed
3 She OK's the error prompt and the meetng request window remains open
4 If she tries to close the the reiest she gets prompted to:
a) send and save
b) save without sending
c) don't save

If she opts for:
a) she gets the same error message
b) the appointment gets saved to the calendar
c) the appointment does not get saved

In any case the resource always gets booked, but she then needs to ok the error message and select "save but don't send" in order to have the appointment in the calendar as well, otherwise it gets lost.

Here are the error details from Event viewer;

Event id: 300
The Oeration Failed
P1: 300032
P2: 14.0.4763.1000
P3: 6xk3
P4: 0x80004005

Thanks!

Hi, I have two users on my SBS2008/Exchange 2007 server.

One user uses a laptop away from home, and connects outlook 2010 over RPC (Outlook Anywhere not OWA).

I use a desktop connected to the server directly.

We both share our calendars, have set up Author permissions, and though I can view and edit the remote users calendar, HE cannot add appointments to mine.... when he attempts to add appointments, they get sent as meeting requests or invitations.

Where as I can simply drag/drop appointments, double click, edit add delete etc as I can in my own calendar.

Any thoughts?

I created and configured several Room mailboxes on Exchange 2010 for our Conference Rooms. I set up the policies and added the delegates and users who are allowed to book and approve the requests. Essentially, only the delegates are the ones allowed to book the rooms. I also changed the permissions so everyone can see the full details of the meetings in their calendars instead of just free/busy.
When a delagate creates a new meeting request to book a conference room, nothing happens when they click the button in Outlook 2010. I did some testing and they are able to book a room in Outlook Web App and if I change their Outlook client to connect to Exchange in Online Mode. It will not work in Cached Mode.
Formerly, the Conference Rooms were booked in one Cnference Room Public Folder with the rooms categorized by color, but only the receptionist had different colors for each room in her Outlook (since she was the person who categorized them). We solved this issue by creating a seperate Room mailbox for each room to simplify the process.
Is the Cached Mode issue mentioned above by design, or is there a problem with Exchange. I am running Exchange Server 2010 SP2 RU1, but will be updating to RU3 on Sunday. Thanks for your help.

Hi,

Using Exchange 2003 and a mixture of Outlook 2003,2007 & 2010 clients. Remote users are happily using RPC over HTTP without incident. However, one user continuously gets the need password message at the bottom of Outlook. Upon clicking, the credentials box does not appear. The user is using Win 7 Pro 64bit and Outlook 2010 32bit. When she is on the domain, there is no such issue. For testing, I switched the security box, always require credentials and sure enough, no login box, just need password followed by disconnected. This only affects a single user, other users with the same combination do not have an issue. I have reinstalled Office to no avail. Checked all server side I can think of but can't see why this would be a server side issue. I've only found a single instance of this from lots of googling and they never came up with a fix. I am tempted to just wipe the machine and start over but thought I'd check here first.

Thanks

Jonathan

I have Exchange 2010 set up for the company that I work for and have over 500 users connected. One batch of users, all at the same offsite location using Outlook 2010 are having a very weird issue. They have had Outlook set up for several months but in the last couple of days they are getting the Windows Security box popups. Outlook connects to Exchange and shows connected, all folders up to date in the bottom left. Then after about a minute the Windows Security box comes up and says Connecting to username@domain.com but it does not display the username and password box to sign in. If they click cancel on the box, the Connected to Exchange changes to Need Password but if you click the Need Password it signs in without asking for credentials again.

Here is a screen shot of what I mean. (This is me resetting up one account.) Connecting To Prompt

This is happening on all the computers at this location. I have tried readding the accounts, removing the stored windows credentials and creating new Outlook profiles. I'm not sure if this was caused by a Windows update, or something else. It appears that it is the login box trying to show but the username and password fields are never displayed. I know that the exchange server is set up correctly because I have many other users working correctly.

Thanks in advance for any advice and any help would is greatly appreciated.

-Tmark86

My POP3/SMTP is rejecting my login credentials now that I installed Outlook
2010 Beta on my test machine, SPA keeps denying me. Whats the problem here?
--
"The Director is no longer interested in taking over the world; The
amateurs can have it. He will simply be taking over a modest corner of the
solar system..." heard at a tradeshow in Chicago, 2006

We are in the process of migrating our users from Exchange2000 to Exchange2007.

99% of my 5000-users are on Outlook2k or Outlook2k3.

Outlook2k and Outlook2k3 can see both the Exchange2k and Exchange2k7
mailboxes.

My 1% on Outlook2k7 love Exchange2k7, but cannot access the mailboxes still
on Exchange2k.

For example, we get a repeated login request (from the Exchange2k7 server)
when they try to access a user's calendar on the Exchange2k server...

I've found numerous mentions of this on the web & forums that discuss it -
but no solutions.

Does anyone have a solution to this...?


Hi All

Iam facing a problem while connecting Outlook 2010 to the exchange server 2007 mail account.

I configured the 1 mail account with Autodiscover and it gets succeeded but once the profile gets created outlook is not opening and displaying the following error:"cannot open your default e-mail folders.You must connect to Microsoft Exchange with current profile before you can syncronize your folders with Outlook data file(.ost)"

However i can access the mail using IMAP,POP3,OWA and even autodiscover message do gets appear but could not login using outlook 2010 though the profile has been created when i start outlook 2010 clien It is showing as loading profile but could not get into outlook and displayes the above message.

NOTE:I have 3 emails accounts hosted on exchange 2007 2 accounts are working fine with Outlook 2010 and only 1 account is giving the above problem

For ex: abc@teset.co, def@teset.com are working but ghi@teset.com is not working on Outlook 2010.

 

Request you to provide a solution for this Regards.


Error 1: The file ExSec32.dll is incompatible with Microsoft Outlook. Install Outlook again.
Error 2: Either there is no default mail client or the current mail client cannot fulfill the messaging request. Please run Microsoft Office Outlook and set it as the default mail client.
Error 3: Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. The set of folders cannot be opened. 'Microsoft Outlook' exited without properly closing your Outlook data file 'C:UsersBrandanDocumentsOutlookOutlook.pst'. 'Microsoft Outlook' must be restarted. If this error message recurs, contact support for 'Microsoft Outlook' for assistance.
-----Outlook is my default and only mail client. I've ran fine for years with Outlook 2003. I purchased Office 2010 Professional Plus (with Outlook) and have intermittent problems with Outlook 2010 since. Please help.


Hi,

we are using outlook 2010 and exchange server 2003 .

we schduled a meeting request where we added some members and a conference room.

Now when we are looking for scheduling for the conference room it is not showing the time that we booked but in my scheduling I was showing meeting time.

Can some one please help.

 

Thanks,

Rajesh


Hi All

Iam facing a problem while connecting Outlook 2010 to the exchange server 2007 mail account.

I configured the 1 mail account with Autodiscover and it gets succeeded but once the profile gets created outlook is not opening and displaying the following error: "cannot open your default e-mail folders.You must connect to Microsoft Exchange with current profile before you can syncronize your folders with Outlook data file(.ost)"

However i can access the mail using IMAP,POP3,OWA and even autodiscover message do gets appear but could not login using outlook 2010 though the profile has been created when i start outlook 2010 clien It is showing as loading profile but could not get into outlook and displayes the above message.

NOTE:I have 3 emails accounts hosted on exchange 2007 2 accounts are working fine with Outlook 2010 and only 1 account is giving the above problem

For ex: abc@teset.co, def@teset.com are working but ghi@teset.com is not working on Outlook 2010.

 

Request you to provide a solution for this Regards.

 


We are running Outlook 2010 against Exchange 2003 SP2. We have a user who occasionally sends out a meeting invitation that goes out fine to all recipients. The recipients are able to acceptdecline etc. However, the meeting does not show up on the organizer's calendar. I did a search of the sender's mailbox and found the original meeting request item in the calendar folder as a rich text message. Any thoughts on a cause?

One of the recipients on the latest meeting requests to "disappear" is on a Lotus Notes system, but not sure if that is contributing to the problem.


In our organization couple of users they are getting repeated e-mails from their account only , eventhough if they deleted, due to this the disk space filling up very fast.

How to Stop this & what could be the reason .?

Using Windows 7  & MS Outlook 2010 64bit.

 

Regards, Amjuu-Anu ..


Hi all

Iam facing a problem while connecting Outlook 2010 to the exchange server 2007 mail account.

However i can access the mail using IMAP,POP3,OWA but could not login using outlook 2010 though the profile has been created when i start outlook 2010 client I get the following error

"cannot open your default e-mail folders.You must connect to Microsoft Exchange with current profile before you can syncronize your folders with Outlook data file(.ost)"

NOTE:I have 3 emails accounts hosted on exchange 2007 2 accounts are working fine with Outlook 2010 and only 1 account is giving the above problem

Request you to provide a solution for this

Regards.


I'm trying to upgrade outlook 2007 to outlook 2010 using the standalone outlook 2010 software purchased from a retailer. I am using Windows Vista and have a database that was being used with outlook 2007.

I upgraded successfully to 2010 but when going to File->Account Settings-> Data Files -> Add  and selecting "Business Contact Manager Database" I am given an error "The requested operation failed."

Because of this, I am unable to load my previous business contact manager database and use BCM 2010, which is the primary reason we bought outlook 2010. I have read that this problem occurs on windows XP machines but i am on Vista so the solution does not apply.


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