Monday, August 13, 2012

Your Mailbox has been temporary move on Microsoft Exchange Server

If you're trying to open Microsoft Outlook, and It  show you an error message like this "Your Mailbox has been temporary move on Microsoft Exchange Server". Do not worry, follow the instructions belove and you'll be working with the outlook very soon.

  1. Close all Outlook application.
  2. Click Start > Control Panel > Mail (32 bit) or (64 bit).
  3. In Mail Setup-outlook window, click Show Profiles.
  4. In Mail window select the followings profile, click in the Remove Button, and then click Yes.
  5. On  Mail window,  in the bottom click to select "Always use this profile", then click OK button.
  6. In Mail Setup-outlook window, click E-mail Accounts button.
  7. Click E-mail tab and select the E-mail Account in the middle panel, then click in Change.
  8. In Microsoft Exchange Server type the correct Exchange IP address, click to check "Used Cache Exchange Mode", type the User Name, and click  in Check Name button. 
  9. After it finished click Next button, click Ok in the next windows, and finally click Finish button.
Now you can open Microsoft Outlook and working in it.

1 comment:

  1. Hi All,

    This did not work for me at first. I noted that the user had actually set a static DNS entry in. Once removed and allowed DHCP to assign addresses, all worked well.

    I hope this helps someone.