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My Exchange server is 2010 and all the clients that connect to it Windows 7 + Outlook 2010 Pro. One of those clients is failing to connect returning 0x8004011d. I tried Microsoft's suggestion with no result.

Any ideas would be welcome.

EDIT: The fact that one of the clients was experiencing the problem was due to the rest of them not having tried to log in yet (this is a small installation).

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Is the client using cached mode? If so, have you tried disabling cached mode? – joeqwerty Jul 5 '11 at 13:44
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Actually after a reboot a few of the Microsoft Exchange Services that were marked as "Automatic" in the Services tab, had not actually started, thus causing the trouble. Starting them manually fixed the problem

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Which means that it is possible to avoid this by changing them from Automatic, to Automatic with delayed start. – adamo Sep 11 '12 at 12:59

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