Macintosh Client & Entourage

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by brad, Jan 12, 2004.

  1. brad

    brad Guest

    Although I have PC clients successfully using SBS 2003, I have been very
    unsuccessful in getting my OSX 10.2.8 Macs to login properly, mount the
    user's drive, and synchronize calendars and address books (even though I
    have installed the appropriate Entourage updates for Exchange).

    Entourage will create an Exchange account, create a set of folder in
    Entourage, send and receive email properly, however, there is no
    synchronization with calendar and address book. The calendar and address
    book folder that are under the Exchange folder look like email accounts, not
    graphical calendars or contact forms. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.

    When I login to SBS from the Mac to attempt to mount a drive, I get error
    5023, which I believe means access denied. The Mac, however, does see the
    server and I am able to mount UAM folder by accessing server via AFP, but
    not SMB (not even sure what a AFP/UAM is), but I can't write to it anyway
    and I would like to do it via SMB (for no reason other than I suspect that
    SMB is the proper way to do it). I have changed the password authentication
    to "clear text" but that didn't help. I have turned off "only accept
    secured connections" but that doesn't help. I'm not sure what to do next.
    Although I have tried every combination that I can think of, it could be
    something a silly as not formatting the password.

    Thanks in advance.

    brad, Jan 12, 2004
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    Rob Wolf Guest

    Did you setup the SBS box with a .local extension? Don't
    know all the history, but I know Macs don't like that.
    Rob Wolf, Jan 12, 2004
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