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(I'm Kim, by the way!)
I just went through the step-by-step instructions provided in the first link. Here is the error message I get (mind you, Crossover is still working, so there is definitely not a problem with the server...):
There may be a problem with the mail server or network. Verify the settings for account “Kim at Work” or try again.
The server returned the error: The operation couldn’t be completed. (MFEWSErrorDomain error 56.)
Any ideas? I've been trying to connect my Mac Mail application to Outlook with no luck for about 3 months now. I've been working on it here and there as I have time and have searched online forums for answers. Nothing has worked yet... So frustrating...
Let me know.
I'm attempting to download Mountain Lion as we speak. A bit tricky here with City government... I'm having to pay for all this stuff out of my own pocket (and create my own Apple ID)...but if I can get this to work, it will be priceless.
I leave at 5 (PST), so I will have to respond tomorrow with an update to see if things work.
The IT Department wouldn't like me doing any of this stuff...but I don't care. They can't accommodate my needs and have made very little effort to try. I'm tired of waiting for help! So I'll do what I have to do at this point.
I'll talk to you tomorrow!
I've been attempting to download Mountain Lion and it won't download. It continuously says the same thing: This copy of the Install OS X Mountain Lion.app application can't be verified. It may have been corrupted or tampered with during downloading.
So I delete it and retry downloading it. Same thing happens.
Ok XXXXX, XXXXX here. How good or fast is your internet connection? Are there limits to what you can download where you are?
It's good to have you back, Dan!
Our internet is high speed - totally great connection! My Mac flies on the internet. I did also hear from the iTunes store and they can't resolve my not being able to download Mtn. Lion. I have no idea why I'm having such back luck!
I'll try that! I'll see if I can get that done tonight. Can I use my own Apple ID at home? I don't want to mess up the good thing I have going on there. I don't have Mtn. Lion installed at home, either, so if I download it there, can I install it on the two different machines (with two different Apple IDs)?
OK - thanks! I'll download it off my ID at home and bring it here on my passport drive. I'll check in tomorrow after I get it installed and try connecting again.
Hi Dan - I clicked on your other link but it wants me to pay again after I commented (didn't have another question - just wanted to give you an update). Did you get the message? Looks like my problem cannot be resolved at this time due to the fact that we're using Exchange 2003 that is not supported by my computer. I'm now using a remote desktop - which turns out OK because it has another feature on it that I have to use someone else's computer for.
Thank you for your time and help!