To setup an Office 365 Premium account in Microsoft Outlook on Mac OSX follow the instructions below: Open Outlook. From the Outlook menu select.
Hi, I have some trouble connecting the Outlook to our Exchange Server • On that same Mac I configure the Mac Mail to connect to Exchange and went OK • I configure the Outlook using the exchange connection and cannot connect, user account (username password) is correct but still cant connect history: few days back it was connected but recently for unknown reason its just stop synchronizing. I tried comparing the outlook configuration on the working MAC it was the same but still can't connect.
We tried reinstalling the Office, do some Office Update but still same. Any idea shared is highly appreciated. Regards, mobdoc. Ahh,.local rears its ugly head again.local is not a valid TLD, and Mac OS X handles it differently than Windows. Here are Microsoft's articles recommending against the use of.local 'Using single label names or unregistered suffixes, such as.local, is not recommended' The dsachetuil command should be as shown below, so I apologize for that typo on my part (I've fixed it above in my prior replies).
Dsacheutil -q host -a name fqdn.ofyourserver.com or in your case dsacheutil -q host -a name server.domain.local. Hi Oliver - What version of Exchange are you using and what OS X version? Microsoft has some useful recommendations for troubleshooting which might apply to you: Outlook 2011 also had issues with corrupted identities and databases which would require using the DB Utility to clean up or a completely new install and setup removing all previous preferences files. Some of the issues you reported were fixed in an update for Mavericks and Yosemite a while back. You can use this free utility as an Administrator to test Exchange connections. As an FYI - If you're an Office 365 user, you can get access to Outlook 2016 for Mac which my team reports is performing well.
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Hi Megan, Thanks for your reply, yes its Yosemite 10.10.2 and were using Exchange 2007 SP3, we have a couple of Mac users using Outlook 2011 and they are working fine connecting to our exchange server except this one. We tried reinstalling a couple of times, update the Office, uninstall the office and install back again, and once we tried adding account in outlook using exchange connection we got yellow icon and account is not successfully added to outlook.
Note: it is same configuration we did to other Mac Users who is using Outlook, users credentials are correct because we can login using that account through OWA. Regards, Oliver. There is a lot of information being tossed about but much of it is simply not on point, sorry. For an Exchange account with Outlook for Mac never ever ever do a database rebuild. I'm speaking from many years of experience with this.
A rebuilt Outlook for Mac database will fail again within days to a couple weeks, it will. Because Exchange email is all housed on the server, one should completely replace the existing Identity & newly configure Outlook for Mac & let the email sync from the server. Outlook 2016 requires Exchange 2010 or later so it's not an option for Oliver.
Alphnix: Your suggestion is only valid for a mail client that uses ActiveSync. As I have already noted above Outlook for Mac does *not* use ActiveSync, it uses Microsoft's EWS. Oliver, please revisit & respond to my reply above. Ahh,.local rears its ugly head again.local is not a valid TLD, and Mac OS X handles it differently than Windows.
Here are Microsoft's articles recommending against the use of.local 'Using single label names or unregistered suffixes, such as.local, is not recommended' The dsachetuil command should be as shown below, so I apologize for that typo on my part (I've fixed it above in my prior replies). Dsacheutil -q host -a name fqdn.ofyourserver.com or in your case dsacheutil -q host -a name server.domain.local.