I have no "Exchange over the Internet" section
When attempting to configure Outlook for
RPC over HTTP, you may find
that there is no "Exchange over the Internet" section displayed on the Connection tab.
First, double-check that you meet the minimum requirements for setting up
RPC over HTTP:
- You must be using Windows XP or newer. XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) is strongly recommended,
or at least SP1 plus Microsoft hotfix Q331320.
- You must be using Outlook 2003 or newer. Office SP2 is recommended.
If you meet those requirements, but "Exchange over the Internet" is still not
displayed on the Connection tab, then there may be a registry setting blocking
that configuration. This is easily solved by downloading and executing a
registry file available here:
(With Internet Explorer, after you click this button, you may choose to Run
the file, or to Save it to disk; if you save it, you'll need to double-click the
saved file afterward.)
(With FireFox/Mozilla/Netscape, after you click this
button, you should choose to Save it to disk, and then double-click the saved file.)
I get some "MAPI" errors when I try to access other people's Exchange calendars
This can sometimes happen if a mail program other than Outlook (e.g. Eudora) is
made to be your default mail program in Windows. For Outlook to work properly
with Exchange, it should be your default mail program.
To fix this, open the Internet Options control panel; click the Programs tab;
and choose Outlook under the E-mail setting. Click OK.