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Compatibility issue from exchange 2003 enterprise edt. on server to clients which have office-2013

Compatibility issue from exchange 2003 enterprise edt. on server to clients which have office-2013

Compatibility issue from exchange 2003 enterprise edt. on server to clients which have office-2013

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hi guys,

i'v got a server with Windows 2003 Ent. edt. which has Exchange server 2003 ent edt. which got crashed and was resorted and recovered. now i have client machines which have windows 7 pro / windows 8.1 pro with office 2010 / 2013 standard . when i try to open up outlook on client machine i get this message "the resources you are trying to use is located on an unsupported version of ms exchange .. contact your email administrator for support"
has anyone come across this and is there any way around this problem. with me having to upgrade any thing ! ??

thankx
Vijay Singh Rawat

RE: Compatibility issue from exchange 2003 enterprise edt. on server to clients which have office-2013

Outlook 2010 should not be a problem, but Outlook 2013 is not compatible with Exchange 2003.

I hope that helps.

Regards,

Mark

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