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[cw-discuss] Outlook error
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Christopher Dick
2008-11-07 15:03:32 UTC
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I get the error shown in the screenshot with Outlook 2003 on CXO 7.1.0 when I try to look at the My Archive folder. Under native windows, it brings up a IE-based screen for searching through a Nearpoint Mimosa email archive. I was just wondering if this is a CXO/Wine related error, or a genuine issue with the server configuration.

The error is that my Outlook is sending a WWW-Authenticate header field that the IIS in Exchange is not configured to accept. However, it seems to work fine under native Windows.

Thanks!

Christopher Dick
Christopher Dick
2008-11-07 18:58:04 UTC
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My bottle with Office 2k3 has IE installed in it, so I don't think that is the issue. Is it perhaps an incomplete winhttp implementation? I just wanted to see if it was truly a CXO issue before opening a ticket. I will go ahead and do that.

Thanks!

Chris



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From: Scott Chapin <Scott.Chapin-***@public.gmane.org>
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Sent: Friday, November 7, 2008 12:42:38 PM
Subject: Re: [cw-discuss] Outlook error

I'm seeing something similar when trying to utilize the Symantec Enterprise Vault plugin w/ Office 2003. I *think* the problem is that IE isn't installed in the same (Win2000) bottle that Office is in (IE wants to install in a separate Win98 bottle).

Any ideas from the mailing list, or should I open a ticket, and share the results as we solve this?


- SBC
Post by Christopher Dick
I get the error shown in the screenshot with Outlook 2003 on CXO 7.1.0 when I try to look at the My Archive folder. Under native windows, it brings up a IE-based screen for searching through a Nearpoint Mimosa email archive. I was just wondering if this is a CXO/Wine related error, or a genuine issue with the server configuration.
The error is that my Outlook is sending a WWW-Authenticate header field that the IIS in Exchange is not configured to accept. However, it seems to work fine under native Windows.
Thanks!
Christopher Dick
-- Scott Chapin Dreamworks Animation
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