Many times Exchange users want to share a personal calendar with coworkers without jumping through the hoops of requesting a new shared or resource mailbox. I’m going to tell you
If you attach one email to another, you might get this bounce message (aka “NDR” or Non-Deliverable Report): John Doe (email@example.com) The e-mail system had a problem processing this message.
If Outlook doesn’t shut down properly for whatever reason–and those reasons could be legion–you might see this error the next time you try to start it: A restart of your
When setting up a new Outlook profile (in 2010 & 2013, at least), sometimes you’ll see this error: The action cannot be completed. The Connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable.
I had a case recently in which the end user couldn’t add any resource calendars to Outlook. Every time she tried, she would get this error message: “The connection to
Microsoft’s new Outlook for iOS and Android isn’t like other ActiveSync clients. In fact, it isn’t really an ActiveSync client at all. The actual ActiveSync client is a Microsoft-owned server
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve had a rash of Exchange users who are unable to connect using Outlook. They don’t get an error message; Outlook just spins its