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Friday, July 18, 2008
Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Click on Show Profiles.
On the Connection tab, under Exchange over the Internet, select Connect to my Exchange mailbox using HTTP, and then click Exchange Proxy Settings. The Exchange Proxy Settings dialog box appears. Under Use this URL to connect to my proxy server for Exchange, type the following URL:
Select Connect using SSL only. Select On fast networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP. Make sure On slow networks, connect using HTTP first, then connect using TCP/IP is selected. Under Proxy authentication settings, select Basic Authentication. Click OK, and then click OK again. Click Next, and then click Finish. Open Outlook and type your full email address when prompted. You can now work with your Outlook mailbox.
- If you are viewing Control Panel in the default Category view, switch to Classic view, and then double-click Mail.
- If you are viewing Control Panel in Classic view, double-click Mail.
Click on Show Profiles.
- If you already have a profile:
- Highlight the profile you wish to use and click Properties.
- Click on E-mail Accounts.
- Make sure that the E-mail tab is selected, click New.
- Choose Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP and click Next.
- If you do not have a profile:
- You will be prompted to create a profile, name it anything you would like.
- Click Manually configure server settings or additiona server types.
- In the Microsoft Exchange Server box, type the local name of the Exchange server:
- In the User Name box, type the full email address of the user. Do not click Check Name.
- In the Exchange Server settings page, click More Settings.
- You may get an error message that the name could not be found. Ignore the error and continue.
- Click Cancel in the next window.
Friday, July 11, 2008
I actually found out that this failure was actually due to an older installation of vmware-player. Even though I removed it at the time, vmware-player left /etc/init.d/vmware-player to start on boot up :s.... and as a result, messed everything up.To sort this out, you need to remove vmware-player service simply run:
sudo update-rc.d -f vmware-player remove
Don't forget to remove /etc/vmware/not_configured, if it is still there, before you reboot.