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You are repeatedly prompted for credentials when you log on to the e-mail server in Outlook 2000

If you connect to Microsoft Exchange 5.5 or Microsoft
Exchange 2000 to send or receive messages, you are repeatedly prompted for
credentials and do not receive an error message. If you attempt to authenticate
to the server through Telnet, you receive an error message that states that
this authentication method has been disabled.

If you have Outlook
2000 in Corporate or Workgroup (CW) mode, you do not receive anything except
for the repeat prompt for your logon credentials.

If you have Outlook
2000 in Internet Mail Only (IMO) mode, you receive the following error message:

There was a problem logging onto your mail server. Your
User Name was rejected. Account: ‘test’, Server: ‘lima’, Protocol: POP3, Server
Response: ‘-ERR Clear text passwords have been disabled for this protocol.’,
Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No, Server Error: 0x800CCC90, Error Number: 0x800CCC91

This problem occurs because the Internet Mail Connector on
the Exchange server has been set to only allow Integrated Windows
Authentication or Secure Password Authentication.
Use one of the following methods, depending on how you have
Outlook configured, to resolve this problem.

Outlook 2000 Internet Mail Only

NOTE: These procedures only apply if you have installed Outlook with
the Internet Mail Only option. To determine your installation type, click About Microsoft Outlook on the Help menu. If you have the Internet Mail Only option installed, you
see “Internet Mail Only”.

For information about the differences
between Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Express e-mail clients, click
the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge
Base:

257824

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/257824/EN-US/
)

OL2000: Differences Between Outlook and Outlook Express

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Accounts.
  3. In the Internet Accounts dialog box, click the Mail tab, and then click your e-mail account.
  4. Click the Servers tab, and then click Log on using Secure Password
    Authentication
    under Incoming Mail Server.

Outlook Corporate or Workgroup

NOTE: The procedures in this article only apply if you have installed
Outlook with the Corporate or Workgroup option. With this option, you can use
Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) services. To determine your
installation type, click About Microsoft Outlook on the Help menu. If you have the Corporate or Workgroup installation, you
see “Corporate or Workgroup”.

  1. Start Outlook.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Services.
  3. In the Services dialog box, click your Internet E-mail account.
  4. Click the Servers tab, and then click Log on using Secure Password
    Authentication
    under Incoming Mail Server.
Microsoft
has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed
at the beginning of this article.
For additional information about security settings on
the Internet Mail connecter within Exchange 5.0, 5.5 and 2000, click the
article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
200788

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/200788/EN-US/
)

XFOR: POP3 or IMAP4 Client Cannot Send SMTP Mail

Article ID: 218315 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 3.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Exchange 2000 Enterprise Server
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HOW TO: Use STDEV or STDEVP with a PivotTable in Excel 2000

This step-by-step article describes how to use the STDEV function and the STDEVP function with a PivotTable in Excel 2000.

The PivotTable STDEV and STDEVP functions in Microsoft Excel calculate standard deviation based upon a set of data. You use STDEV when the standard deviation is based upon a sampling of the total data. You use STDEVP when the standard deviation is based upon the entire population of data given as arguments.

The standard deviation functions are a measure of the dispersal of values from the average (the mean). The standard deviation functions provide a useful measure of the consistency of data and can improve reliability in
forecasting or trend analysis.

This article provides an example of how to use the STDEVP function in a PivotTable. The data is a fictional rendering of sales data for two quarters over a period of three years. The data is limited to two quarters in a year for the sake of keeping the sample small. The resulting PivotTable returns the deviation for each quarter based upon monthly sales
revenue. This result will be returned with STDEVP and further expanded
upon by returning the percentage difference in comparison to the same
quarter of the previous year.

Calculate the Standard Deviation

To use the STDEVP worksheet function to calculate the standard deviation of a data set, follow these steps:

  1. In a new Microsoft Excel worksheet, type the following values:
        A1: Year   B1: Quarter  C1: Month   D1: Net Revenue
        A2: 98     B2: 1        C2: Jan     D2: $514,731
        A3: 98     B3: 1        C3: Feb     D3: $514,850
        A4: 98     B4: 1        C4: Mar     D4: $515,816
        A5: 98     B5: 2        C5: Apr     D5: $516,057
        A6: 98     B6: 2        C6: May     D6: $516,920
        A7: 98     B7: 2        C7: Jun     D7: $517,082
        A8: 99     B8: 1        C8: Jan     D8: $520,945
        A9: 99     B9: 1        C9: Feb     D9: $521,751
       A10: 99    B10: 1       C10: Mar    D10: $522,098
       A11: 99    B11: 2       C11: Apr    D11: $522,921
       A12: 99    B12: 2       C12: May    D12: $523,324
       A13: 99    B13: 2       C13: Jun    D13: $523,594
       A14: 00    B14: 1       C14: Jan    D14: $527,254
       A15: 00    B15: 1       C15: Feb    D15: $527,431
       A16: 00    B16: 1       C16: Mar    D16: $528,162
       A17: 00    B17: 2       C17: Apr    D17: $528,851
       A18: 00    B18: 2       C18: May    D18: $528,996
       A19: 00    B19: 2       C19: Jun    D19: $529,536
    					
  2. Select any cell in the table.
  3. On the Data menu, click PivotTable and PivotChart Report.
  4. In step 1 of the wizard, accept the defaults, and then click Next.
  5. In step 2 of the wizard, ensure that the Range is $A$1:$D$19, and then click Next.
  6. In step 3 of the wizard, click Layout.
  7. Drag the QUARTER field (button) to the PivotTable section labeled ROW.
  8. Drag the YEAR field to the PivotTable section labeled COLUMN.
  9. Drag the NET REVENUE field to the PivotTable section labeled DATA.
  10. Again, drag the NET REVENUE field to the PivotTable section labeled DATA.

    SUM OF NET REVENUE and SUM OF NET REVENUE2 field boxes appear in the DATA section.

  11. Double-click the SUM OF NET REVENUE field box.

    The PivotTable Field dialog box opens.

  12. In the Name box, type DEVIATION FROM PREVIOUS YEARS QUARTER.
  13. In the Summarize by list, click StdDevp. Click Options.
  14. In the Show data as list, click % Difference From.
  15. In the Base field box, click Quarter, and then click (previous) in the Base item box.
  16. Click Number, type 0 in the Decimal places box, and then click OK twice.
  17. Double-click the SUM OF NET REVENUE2 field box.

    The PivotTable Field dialog box opens.

  18. In the PivotTable Field dialog box, type QUARTERLY REVENUE in the Name box, and then click OK.
  19. Click OK to return to step 3 of the wizard, and then click Finish.

    The PivotTable includes the standard deviation data.

Analyze the Results

In this example, the STDEVP is a reflection of the deviations from the average of revenue based upon the underlying monthly data of a quarter. The data used includes all of the data, not just a sampling; this is why you use the STDEVP worksheet function instead of STDEV.

In this example, you compare deviations of the same quarter from a previous year by using the % Difference From option. Excel performs an STDEVP function on all quarters. However, when you use the % Difference From option, there is no previous quarter to compare to the first quarter. Therefore, the first quarter of each year is blank.

For more information about using PivotTables to summarize date, click Microsoft Help on the
Help menu, type summarize and calculate data in a pivottable or pivotchart report in the Office Assistant or
the Answer Wizard, and then click Search to view the topics
returned.

Article ID: 213914 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 5.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Excel 2000 Standard Edition
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Description of ODBC add-in functions and arguments in Excel 2000

In Microsoft Excel 2000, the Xlodbc.xla ODBC add-in
provides Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) functions that allow you to connect
to external data sources directly. Xlodbc.xla provides functions in both the
Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications and Microsoft Excel macro languages.
All of the functions are macro commands with the exception of SQL.REQUEST and SqlRequest, which are worksheet functions.

Note The functions SQLBind, SQLClose, SQLError, SQLExec, SQLGetSchema, SQLOpen, SQLRetrieve, and SQLRetrieveToFile are displayed in the Function Wizard when the active sheet is a
worksheet. However, these functions can be used only in a macro or a module
sheet.

The following comprises a list of the functions provided by
Xlodbc.xla and a description of the arguments for those functions. The
arguments for each function are shown here as they are displayed in the
Function Wizard.

Note There are some discrepancies in the argument naming conventions
used between the Function Wizard and the Help files.

SQL.BIND(connection_num,column,reference)

SQLBind(ConnectionNum,Column,Reference)

SQL.CLOSE(connection_num)


SQLClose(ConnectionNum)

SQL.ERROR()

SQLError()

SQL.EXEC.QUERY(connection_num,query_text)

SQLExecQuery(ConnectionNum,QueryText)

SQL.GET.SCHEMA(connection_num,type_num,qualifier_text)

SQLGetSchema(ConnectionNum,TypeNum,QualifierText)

SQL.OPEN(connection_string,output_ref,driver_prompt)

SQLOpen(ConnectionStr,OutputRef,DriverPrompt)

SQL.REQUEST(connection_string,output_ref,driver_prompt,query_text,col_
names_logical)

SQLRequest(ConnectionStr,QueryText,OutputRef,DriverPrompt,ColNamesLogical)

SQL.RETRIEVE(connection_num,destination_ref,max_columns,max_rows,
col_names_logical,row_nums_logical,named_rng_logical,fetch_first_logical)

SQLRetrieve(ConnectionNum,DestinationRef,MaxColumns,MaxRows,
ColNamesLogical,RowNumsLogical,NamedRngLogical,FetchFirstLogical)

SQL.RETRIEVE.TO.FILE(connection_num,destination,col_names_logical,
column_delimiter)

SQLRetrieveToFile(ConnectionNum,Destination,ColNamesLogical,
ColumnDelimiter)

NOTE: The order of the arguments in the Microsoft Excel function
SQL.REQUEST differs from that of the Visual Basic function SQLRequest.

Note Although the argument names differ slightly between the
Microsoft Excel macro functions and the Visual Basic functions, the arguments
themselves have the same meaning. For example, the ConnectionNum argument for a Visual Basic function has the same meaning as
connection_num for a Microsoft Excel macro language function.

The
following is a description of the arguments used in the above functions:

   Argument             Description
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   ColNamesLogical      True if you want column names returned as the
   col_names_logical    first row of the results.

   Column               The number of the result column to be bound.

   column               Result columns are numbered from left to right
                        starting with 1. Column 0 provides row numbers.
                        If you omit column, all bindings for the
                        connection are removed.

   ColumnDelimiter      The string to use to separate the elements in
   column_delimiter     each row of the created text file. If omitted,
                        a tab is used.

   ConnectionNum        The unique ID returned by SQLOpen for the
   connection_num       connection made to the data source.

   ConnectionStr        Supplies information, such as the data source
   connection_string    name, user ID, and password, required by the
                        driver being used to connect to a data source.
                        Must follow the driver's format (see the
                        "References" section of this article for
                        information about where the driver's Help file is
                        located). Strings longer than 255 characters must
                        be broken into an array of strings.

   Destination          A string that specifies the name and path of
   destination          the file where you want to place the results.
                        An existing file will be overwritten.

   DestinationRef       A reference specifying the top-left cell where
   destination_ref      results should be placed. Any previous values
                        in the destination cells are overwritten
                        without confirmation. If omitted, results are
                        placed according to previous calls to SQLBind.

   DriverPrompt         A number specifying if and how the driver should
   driver_prompt        prompt for additional needed information for a
                        connection. Refer to the online Help for values.

   FetchFirstLogical    Important only if MaxRows is specified for
   fetch_first_logical  SQLRetrieve, and there are more rows of results
                        than MaxRows available. Use True to return
                        the first set of rows from the beginning of a
                        query's results. Then call SQLRetrieve repeatedly
                        using False to return the next set of rows until
                        all result rows are returned. Refer to online
                        Help for details.

   MaxColumns           The maximum number of columns to be returned to
   max_columns          the worksheet starting at DestinationRef.
                        If omitted, all columns are returned.

   MaxRows              The maximum number of rows to be returned to
   max_rows             the worksheet starting at DestinationRef.
                        If omitted, all rows are returned.

   NamedRngLogical      True if you want each column of the results to
   named_rng_logical    be declared as a named range on the worksheet.

   OutputRef            A cell reference where you want the completed
   output_ref           connection string placed.

   QualifierText        A string that qualifies the information returned
   qualifier_text       by TypeNum -- only for a TypeNum of 3, 4, or 5.

   QueryText            The SQL query to be executed on the data source.
   query_text           Strings longer than 255 characters must be broken
                        into an array of strings. While common queries use
                        a standard syntax, there may be differences in
                        driver limitations and extensions (see the
                        "References" section for information about
                        where the driver's Help file is located).

   Reference            The location of a single cell on a worksheet where
   reference            you want the results bound as a Range object.
                        If Reference is omitted, binding is removed for
                        the column.

   RowNumsLogical       Used only when destination is included in the
   row_nums_logical     function call. If RowNumbers is True, the
                        first column in the result set contains row
                        numbers. If destination is False or omitted,
                        the row numbers are not returned.

   TypeNum              Specifies the type of information you want
   type_num             returned. Refer to online Help for values.
				
For more information about individual functions, see the
appropriate Help file. If you are using Microsoft Windows, the ODBC driver Help
files are located in the WindowsSystem directory, and are named Drvxxxxx.hlp.

Article ID: 214289 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 5.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Excel 2000 Standard Edition
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HOW TO: Use RAND() to Generate Randomly Distributed Integers in Excel 2000

This step-by-step article describes how you can use the RAND function to generate randomly sorted, uniformly distributed integers in Microsoft Excel 2000.

Excel does not include a built-in method for generating sets
of randomly sorted, uniformly distributed integers. This article describes how you can use the RAND function (which is
integral to Excel) to create a set of this kind.

How to Generate Randomly Distributed Integers

Below is an example of a set of randomly sorted, uniformly distributed
integers from 1 to 10:

The set is said to be uniformly distributed because every value in the
range occurs exactly once.

To generate such a set of randomly sorted, uniformly distributed
integers, follow these steps:

  1. In a new worksheet, type the following:
       A1: =RAND()       B1:   1
       A2: =RAND()       B2:   2
       A3: =RAND()       B3:   3
       A4: =RAND()       B4:   4
       A5: =RAND()       B5:   5
       A6: =RAND()       B6:   6
       A7: =RAND()       B7:   7
       A8: =RAND()       B8:   8
       A9: =RAND()       B9:   9
       A10: =RAND()      B10: 10
    					
  2. Select the range A1:B10.
  3. On the Data menu, click Sort.
  4. In the Sorted by list box, click Column A, and then click OK to sort the range.

After the sort is complete, cells B1:B10 contain a set of randomly sorted,
uniformly distributed integers that range from 1 to 10. Each time that the
range is sorted, the integers in B1:B10 are re-sorted randomly, which results in a new set.

Article ID: 214090 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 5.0


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  • Microsoft Excel 2000 Standard Edition
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You receive error messages when you start Office 2000 programs

When you start any of the Microsoft Office 2000 programs
listed at the beginning of this article, you may receive the following error
message:

There was a problem starting the Office
Assistant. Would you like to try reinstalling it?

If you click Yes, you receive the following error message:

The Office Assistant could not be started. Please repair the Assistant by
running Office 2000 setup and selecting “Repair Office 2000″.

When
you start Microsoft Excel 2000, you receive the following error message:

Microsoft Excel requires file OLEAUT32.DLL to run. The
version of OLEAUT32.DLL that is on your computer is older than the one required
by this version of Microsoft Excel.

Please run Setup again, and
select the Reinstall option to install the correct version of the file.

When you start Microsoft Outlook 2000, you receive the following
error message:

The required file OUTLRPC.dll cannot be
found in your path, please reinstall Microsoft Outlook.

When you
start Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, you receive the following error message:

The AGENTSVR.EXE file is linked to missing export
OLEAUT32.DLL:277.

When you start Microsoft FrontPage 2000, you
receive the following error message:

Microsoft FrontPage
is not installed properly on this system and cannot function. Please reinstall
Microsoft FrontPage.

Click OK to exit.

followed by:

This program has performed an illegal
operation and will be shut down. If the problem persists, contact the program
vendor.

If you click Details, you receive an error message similar to the following:

FRONTPG caused an invalid page fault in
module MFC42.DLL at 0137:5f4086f7.

When you start Microsoft Access
2000, you receive the following error message:

The file
‘OLEAUT32.DLL’ is out of date. This program requires a newer version.

This problem occurs if an outdated version of the
Oleaut32.dll file is installed on your computer.
To resolve this problem, use one of the following methods.

Method 1: Run Detect and Repair

If the program does not close after you receive any of the error
messages in the “Symptoms” section of this article, follow these steps to
resolve the problem:

  1. Click Detect and Repair on the Help menu.
  2. Click Start in the Detect and Repair dialog box.

Office Setup replaces the outdated copy of
Oleaut32.dll.

If the Office program closes after the error message
appears, follow these steps to resolve the problem:

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
  3. Double-click Office 2000.
  4. Click Repair Office.
  5. Click Reinstall Office and click Finish.

Note Because of the outdated version of Oleaut32.dll, you may receive
error messages during the reinstallation. Click Ignore in each error message dialog box to continue.

Method 2: Copy Oleaut32.dll from the Office 2000 CD-ROM

If Method 1 does not resolve the problem, follow these steps:

  1. On Microsoft Windows 95 or Microsoft Windows
    98:

    Quit all running programs.

  2. Insert the Office 2000 CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive or
    DVD-ROM drive.
  3. Click Start, point to Programs, and then click Windows Explorer.
  4. In the Office 2000 CD-ROM, browse to the System folder,
    copy Oleaut32.dll, and then paste it into C:.
  5. Restart the computer in MS-DOS mode.
  6. Type the following at the MS-DOS prompt, and then press
    ENTER:

    copy C:oleaut32.dll c:windowssystemoleaut32.dll

    Note The path may vary, according to the installation folder of
    Windows and your computer’s operating system (for example, WinntSystem32).

    Note If you are asked to overwrite, press Y and then press
    ENTER.

  7. Run Office Setup, click Repair Office, and then click Reinstall.

Method 3: Install the Latest Windows 2000 Service Pack

To resolve this problem, obtain the latest service pack for
Windows 2000.

For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

260910

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/260910/
)

How to obtain the latest Windows 2000 service pack

For more information about Office errors that can occur with an outdated version of the Oleaut32.dll file, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

224315

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224315/
)

Error starting Visual Basic Editor with outdated Oleaut32.dll

Article ID: 217440 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 7.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Excel 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Access 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Word 2000
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ACC: Articles on Enhancing Window and Screen Display

When you design applications in Microsoft Access, you may want to
modify the appearance of forms, manipulate the Microsoft Access
application window, or display or hide objects for enhanced display.
This article lists several Microsoft Knowledge Base articles
that discuss these topics.
The “Article Listing” section of this article includes a subset of
Knowledge Base articles about object appearance and screen display.

Note that because Microsoft Product Support Services is constantly adding new
information to the Knowledge Base, not all articles may be listed here. For
this reason, you may want to search the Knowledge Base for the specific
information you are looking for.

The Knowledge Base is currently available on the Web on the
Microsoft Product Support Services Page at the following address

Article Listing

ARTICLE # ARTICLE TITLE
————————————————————————–

88922

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/88922/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Use the GetSystemMetrics() API Call
90811

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/90811/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Check a Menu Item Using Access Basic
100142

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/100142/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Not Display the Form Name in the Caption Bar
101374

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/101374/EN-US/
)

ADT/ODE: How to Create a Custom Startup “Splash” Screen
109337

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/109337/EN-US/
)

ADT/ODE: How to Hide the Database Window Menu Bar

112061

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/112061/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Get Red, Green, or Blue Components from RGB Value
128196

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/128196/EN-US/
)

ACC: Maximized Form Shows Control Box, Min/Max/Restore Buttons
132010

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/132010/EN-US/
)

ACC: MoveSize Action Does Not Position Form at Top of Screen
138771

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/138771/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Use Watermarks in Forms
143162

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/143162/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Get Form’s Right and Down Measurements (95/97)

147152

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/147152/EN-US/
)

ACC: Maximizing One Form Maximizes All Forms (95/97)
147214

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/147214/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Retrieve the MS Access Window Handle
148395

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/148395/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Determine the Current Screen Resolution (95/97)
148833

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/148833/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Create Floating Pop-Up Menus (95/97)
148834

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/148834/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Minimize, Maximize, and Restore MS Access (95/97)

148856

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/148856/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Position Microsoft Access on the Screen (95/97)
159683

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/159683/EN-US/
)

ACC: How to Set the Opening Position of a Form on the Screen
159692

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/159692/EN-US/
)

ACC97: How to Create Command Bars Using Visual Basic Code
160293

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/160293/EN-US/
)

ACC97: How to Dim Menu Items or Disable Toolbar Buttons in Code
162819

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/162819/EN-US/
)

ACC97: How to Remove the Most Recently Used (MRU) Files List
170408

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/170408/EN-US/
)

ACC: Status Bar Indicators in Microsoft Access

Article ID: 186313 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 5.0


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  • Microsoft Access 97 Standard Edition
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How to change name of default home page in Personal Web Server

This article describes how to change the default home page from
Default.htm to Index.htm when you are using the Microsoft Personal Web
Server.

Change the default home page from Default.htm to Index.htm

To change the default home page from Default.htm to Index.htm, follow these steps.

Microsoft Personal Web Server 1.0

  1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click the Personal Web Server icon.
  3. Click the Administration tab.
  4. Click Administration.
  5. Click WWW Administration.
  6. Click the Directories tab.
  7. Click Default Homepage.
  8. Rename Default.htm to Index.htm.

Microsoft Personal Web Server 4.0

  1. In the System Tray, right-click the Personal Web Server icon.
  2. Click Properties.
  3. In the Personal Web Manager dialog box, switch to the Advanced view.
  4. In the Default Document(s) text box, rename Default.htm to Index.htm.
  5. Close the Personal Web Manager dialog box.

Article ID: 197731 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 2.0


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  • Microsoft FrontPage 2000 Standard Edition
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Sending RTF with Attachment as MIME Loses Attachment

When you send a message with a MIME attachment from an Exchange client and
have configured an Internet recipient to “Always send to this recipient as
RTF”, and that recipient uses a POP3 client, the recipient will not receive
the attachment.
The MIME-encoded attachment is still present but is not accessible by the
POP3 client (depending on the receiving client). This problem only happens
when sending an attachment as MIME.
There are two ways to work around this problem:

  1. Disable the option “Always send to this recipient as RTF” when sending
    an attachment to an Internet recipient using a POP3 client.
  2. Do not include an attachment in an RTF message.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in Microsoft Exchange Server
5.5. We are researching this problem and will post new information here in
the Microsoft Knowledge Base as it becomes available.
Most POP3 clients do not understand Rich Text Format (RTF) used by
Microsoft transport-neutral encapsulation format (TNEF). Consequently, the
sender must turn off the option “Always send to this recipient as RTF”, in
order for the POP3 client to see the attachments.

Article ID: 181953 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 5.0


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  • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition
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XCLN: Routing Restrictions Require SMTP Authentication

When an Outlook user tries to send an SMTP message to a recipient outside
of his or her organization, he or she may receive one of the following
error messages:

– or -

No transport provider was available for delivery to this recipient.

The sender can receive this message either in a non-delivery report (NDR)
or in dialog box stating that “Relaying is Prohibited.” The error or NDR
notification are dependant on which e-mail program the sender is running.

Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 5.5 includes functionality to stop the
relaying of spam SMTP messages through a site. The Internet Mail Service
can be set to enable the Reroute Incoming SMTP Mail option, and can have
the Routing Restrictions specified as Hosts and Clients that successfully
authenticate. In this case, the Internet Mail Service will be able to route
mail, then the Outlook client MUST authenticate before outbound mail will
be sent. Without the client sending either the proper POP3 or IMAP4
authentication commands, the Internet Mail Service will deny delivery in
accordance with the Routing Restrictions settings.
To enable client authentication on:

Outlook 97

Outlook 97 uses a POP3 service account, and does not have the ability to
designate a separate Inbound and Outbound mail server for receipt and
delivery of messages. In this case, all that is required for authentication
is a valid account name which can be found in the Mailbox Information
section of the Internet Mail Service for a users’ specific profile.

NOTE: Adding the Internet mail enhancement patch for Outlook 97 allows secure password authentication. The filename is Outlimep.exe; file size is
491 KB, and it is available at:

Outlook 98

  1. From Control Panel, double-click Mail, or Mail and Fax.
  2. Select the appropriate Profile, and click on Properties.
  3. Select the Internet Mail Service, and click on Properties.
  4. Within the Servers tab at the bottom of the dialog box, select the My
    Server Requires Authentication check box. By clicking on the Settings
    button, you will be able to:

    1. Select whether you want to use the same credentials you used when
      logging onto Exchange Server, and

      1. Add a different set of credentials.

        -or-

      2. Use SPA (Secure Password Authentication).

Outlook Express

  1. Start Outlook Express.
  2. On the Tools menu, click Account, and select the Mail tab.
  3. Select the profile that you wish to change, and click Properties.
  4. Within the Servers tab at the bottom of the dialog box, select the My
    Server Requires Authentication check box. By clicking on the Settings
    button you will be able to:

    1. Select whether you want to use the same credentials you used when
      logging onto Exchange Server, and

      1. Add a different set of credentials.

        -or-

      2. Use SPA (Secure Password Authentication).
For additional information, please see the following article in the
Microsoft Knowledge Base:

175440

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/175440/EN-US/
)

XFOR: Protocol Authentication on Exchange Server

Article ID: 197869 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 4.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Outlook Express 4.0
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Outlook 98 Standard Edition
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XL97: Err Msg: <Filename> Cannot Be Accessed. The File May Be Read-Only…

When you try to open a Microsoft Excel 97 file, you may receive the following error message

filename cannot be accessed. The file may be read-only, or you may be trying to access a read-only location. Or, the server the document is stored on may not be responding.

where filename is the name of the file you are attempting to open.

This problem may occur when the following conditions are true:
  • The file has been saved to a Novell network volume.

    -and-

  • The file has become damaged.
If you are experiencing this issue on a Novell network, more information is available from Novell. Please reference Technical Document
Number 2939659 at

http://support.novell.com

(http://support.novell.com)

.

For information about how to contact Novell, click the appropriate article number in the following list to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

65416

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/65416/EN-US/
)

Hardware and Software Third-Party Vendor Contact List, A-K

60781

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/60781/EN-US/
)

Hardware and Software Third-Party Vendor Contact List, L-P

60782

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/60782/EN-US/
)

Hardware and Software Third-Party Vendor Contact List, Q-Z

If the fix from Novell does not eliminate the problem, then please contact Microsoft for more information.
A supported fix is now available from Microsoft, but it is only intended to correct the problem that is described in this article. Apply it only to computers that are experiencing this specific problem. This fix may receive additional testing. Therefore, if you are not severely affected by this problem, Microsoft recommends that you wait for the next release of Microsoft Office that contains this hotfix.

To resolve this problem immediately, contact Microsoft Product Support Services to obtain the fix. For a complete list of Microsoft Product Support Services phone numbers and information about support costs, visit the following Microsoft Web site:

NOTE: In special cases, charges that are ordinarily incurred for support calls may be canceled if a Microsoft Support Professional determines that a specific update will resolve your problem. The typical support costs will apply to additional support questions and issues that do not qualify for the specific update in question.

You may also choose to work around this problem rather than applying a patch. In this case, follow these steps to edit a workbook stored on a Novell server:

  1. Copy your Microsoft Excel workbook
    from your network server to your local hard disk.
  2. Edit the local copy of
    the workbook.
  3. Copy the workbook from your local hard disk back to
    the network server.

NOTE: You should still keep backup copies of all
of your important files.

Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed at the beginning of this article.
If you receive this error message, the file you are attempting to save has become damaged. You can attempt to recover the information from the file by using the methods in the following articles:
147216

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/147216/EN-US/
)

XL: Linking to Data in a Damaged File (5.0 and Later)

142117

(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/142117/EN-US/
)

Excel: Summary of Methods to Recover Data from Corrupted Files

Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.

The third-party products that are discussed in this article are manufactured by companies that are independent of Microsoft. Microsoft makes no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding the performance or reliability of these products.

Article ID: 182671 – Last Review: June 18, 2014 – Revision: 2.0


Applies to
  • Microsoft Excel 97 Standard Edition
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