MS Outlook Error: Unable to display the folder

By abierkjp059 ·

The scenario of this error is: I had setup up this new PC (WIN XP Pro SP2 / MS Office XP) for this new manager of the branch office I am attached to. The GM accompanied him over to brief him on his new job, whilst the GM was at the branch he decided to view his emails from the new manager's PC. He logged onto his email from the IE with this address http://mainserver/exchange/username, the GM was able to view his emails.

Then the new manager was about to check his emails and this error popped up, "Unable to display the folder. MS Outlook could not access the specified folder location. You do not have the permission to log on"

I did few troubleshooting efforts but I did not get the email up. The default email folders for the new manager could not be accessed when I clicked onto his MAILBOX.

I am a graduate tech, having just under 1 year on the job and this is the first error I have come across.


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and this

by Jaqui In reply to MS Outlook Error: Unable ...

has what to do with linux?

absolutely nothing.
tagging with in-accurate tags just makes you look stupid.

this is a winders issue and should only contain windows tags as far as os goes.

since no professional os has the same ui as windows.

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I love it

by w2ktechman In reply to and this

"I am a graduate tech, having just under 1 year on the job and this is the first error I have come across."

What has the OP been doing for the last year :0

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by jdclyde In reply to I love it

because he clearly isn't paying attention to anything else around here....

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by robertsmike In reply to MS Outlook Error: Unable ...

Here is a good solution to fix this Outlook Error:


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by OH Smeg In reply to Re: Outlook Error - Unabl ...

Only 4 years late.

Somehow I very much doubt that the OP who asked the question even cares any more even if they remember asking the question.


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