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Outlook 2007: 'Your Out of Office settings cannot be displayed, because the server is currently unavailable. Try again later. We are using Exchange 2007: Out of office works well for webmail. Infact two weeks ago it was working fine for Outlook until we installed a newvalid SSL certificate. Please help. I have checked EWS - Exchange Web Services and Autodiscover -- for autodiscover service all is running fine. Have check this article also : and

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  • bkebbay Nov 25, 2007

    It does not make sense to do a system restore

    We install a new certificate as i said doing any system restore will just reverse everything.

    This issue affects only users using outlook 2007 and not 2003.



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Do a system retore before the last update, should solve the issue

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

  • cory casper
    cory casper Nov 26, 2007

    but you also said that it was workng before the update, a system restore wont harm or loose data, just will remove the last update so it will work correctly.

  • cory casper
    cory casper Dec 03, 2007

    remove the new certificate since it caused the problem.



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