SP2 Issues

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by K M, Oct 13, 2004.

  1. K M

    K M Guest

    OK,
    I installed xp pro service pack 2 why? I don't know..but it was there for
    the taking....


    When I use Outlook to read my mail I get a LDAP box that says it cannot
    connect to a "Null" server. I click ok or cancel and it goes away. That's
    not too annoying, but when I try to compose a new email, and try to use my
    address book, I get an error message that has LDAP messages as well as some
    active directory verbiage. It takes about 15 seconds for this to process and
    allow me to go to my address book or personal contacts. Can I change a
    setting to keep the system from trying to access active directory?

    I am using a stand alone laptop that is not connected to a network.

    Thanks!!!!
    Kyle
    K M, Oct 13, 2004
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  2. K M

    Thor Guest

    try this:

    go to tools, E-mail Accounts, View or change existing directories or address
    books, click "next". Select the LDAP service and click Remove.

    "K M" <> wrote in message
    news:gjhbd.298642$...
    > OK,
    > I installed xp pro service pack 2 why? I don't know..but it was there for
    > the taking....
    >
    >
    > When I use Outlook to read my mail I get a LDAP box that says it cannot
    > connect to a "Null" server. I click ok or cancel and it goes away. That's
    > not too annoying, but when I try to compose a new email, and try to use my
    > address book, I get an error message that has LDAP messages as well as
    > some
    > active directory verbiage. It takes about 15 seconds for this to process
    > and
    > allow me to go to my address book or personal contacts. Can I change a
    > setting to keep the system from trying to access active directory?
    >
    > I am using a stand alone laptop that is not connected to a network.
    >
    > Thanks!!!!
    > Kyle
    >
    Thor, Oct 13, 2004
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  3. K M

    Plato Guest

    Plato, Oct 15, 2004
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