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Exchange server access problem.

My office having Site to site VPN to Head office, my problem is, i can't access my Microsoft outlook from home thru Cisco VPN client. but no problem for accessing the internal network resource......our Exchange server is placed in the head office

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For me exist some interesting softwares for solving such issues. What is more couple days ago I had a similar problem, which I could solve only with the help one tool. It might aid here as well - recovery for exchange.

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If your cisco vpn client is behind the natted device then you need to allow nat traversal in the head office firewall and if you connect the vpn client through data card it will connect,

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If your Out of Office Assistant is missing from your "Tools Menu," it may be disabled, turned off or not installed.

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If "Exchange Extensions Commands" is set to "Disabled," select it and click "Enable."
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Install "outex.ecf." From your "Tools" menu, click "Options" and select "Add-in Manager."
Then click "Install" and select "outex.ecf."
Click "Open."

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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/troubleshoot-the-out-of-office-assistant-HP005242235.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HP005242238

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