How to fix Outlook Exchange 2007 Keeps Going Offline Issue
Outlook is an application that is used to manage the personal information that is provided by the Microsoft. This tool is mainly used for e-mailing purpose. It also includes various other features like calendar, Task manager, Contact manager and web browsing. It also can work with the Microsoft Exchange Server.
Discuss about the problem when Microsoft Outlook Exchange 2007 keeps going offline. Provide tips to fix this problem and how to prevent such issue:
- When Microsoft Outlook Exchange 2007 keeps going offline
- Provide tips to fix this problem
- How to prevent such issue.
When Microsoft Outlook Exchange 2007 keeps going offline
Whenever the Microsoft Outlook Exchange Server is in the offline mode or when it goes offline the Microsoft Outlook Exchange 2007 also goes offline. It sometimes goes offline without any reason. When you try to hotsync with the Treo 700p, the Outlook goes offline. Sometimes the Outlook cannot connect to the other mail accounts and keeps on displaying message that the other two accounts are offline. Since the Outlook displays that it is offline then it keeps on prompting to enter the password to connect to the Exchange, even if the server is connected but still the Outlook remains offline and is not able to connect to the server. Due to this problem you have to restart the server, close all the application running and have to login again so that the mail can be sent.
Provide Tips to Fix this Problem
If the Outlook goes offline when to the server is offline then you have to refresh the page and see that the server gets connected. Once the server is connected then try to connect the Outlook Exchange. Check whether the hotsync version is compatible with the Outlook 2007. If it is not compatible then it will not work for your Outlook. If the problem persists then try disabling the F-Secure. Open Firewall, try restarting your Outlook. If you are trying to connect using the public IP using Wi-Fi connection then this problem may persist, so try not to use the public IP.
How to prevent such issue
To prevent such issues, make sure that your firewall is featured in such a way that it allows the Outlook Exchange to perform its intended function. Try to reboot your system before starting the Outlook Express as this will connect the Outlook to the server. Never use any of the public IP for connecting to the server of the Outlook. The cause of such a problem can be because of the ISP also check for the ISP to solve and prevent such a problem in future.