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I am running Mandrake 10 on a laptop at my office and I want to connect Ximian Evolution to our MS Exchange Server. I have Ximian 1.4.6 and the MS Exchange Server connector installed. I can create the account with no problem but Evolution cannot seem to connect to our server. The only difference in our setup here in the office is that the Outlook Web Access portion of the Exchange Server runs on port 8080 instead of 80 because of a website that we also host here. I tried changing the OWA path in the Account Settings on Evolution to incorporate the port change but it still cannot connect to the server. I can ping the server using its qualified domain name with no problem at all from my laptop. So I was just wondering if anyone has any other ideas that I might be able to give a try. I am trying to replace the Windows desktop on my machine at the office entirely and this was one of the larger things that I need to get working. Thanks alot!!