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bjohnson

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I started getting this message today. When I first open Outlook (running KMS 6.3.1, with Outlook XP on KOC 6.3.1) my mail works fine, after a few minutes I can't open up any messages and get the error "0x80041200: ER_NETWORK_FAIL"?

Any idea what this is?


Thanks,

Britton Johnson
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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At the time of the error message, do you still have contact with the MailServer? Also is the MailServer in the same LAN as this Outlook client, or is this being run over an Internet connection?

Kevin Trumbull
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bjohnson

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The mail server is on the same local LAN that I am. If I close and reopen Outlook it works again for a little bit, then same thing happens again.
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bjohnson

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I think I found the issue.

We use a Network Fax called FaxPress. They provide an Outlook plugin that pulls faxes into your email. Turns out it does this via a MAPI connection.

So the question then is, does KOC not play well with other MAPI connectors installed in the same Outlook Profile?
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At this time no other plug-ins/add-ins are supported in Outlook other than the KOC. The reason being is that these plug-ins are made to work with a PST and KOC does not use one.
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sedell

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I thought a lot of the plug-ins were also meant to work with Exchange, which doesn't use a PST.

Scott
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sedell wrote on Tue, 30 January 2007 09:12

I thought a lot of the plug-ins were also meant to work with Exchange, which doesn't use a PST.

Exchange uses OST's, which are essentially the same thing. (This is what it stores the local cache in)

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sedell

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So it's actually a caching issue then? The OSTs/PSTs or other storage are generally transparent to the plug-ins.

Scott
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