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How To Fix Error 65486 Delegate
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Error 65486 Delegate and other critical errors can occur when your Windows operating system becomes corrupted. Opening programs will be slower and response times will lag. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. There can be numerous causes of this error including excessive startup entries, registry errors, hardware/RAM decline, fragmented files, unnecessary or redundant program installations and so on.
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Office for Mac Mac Entourage Solution to inability to Delegate? error 65486 Ask a Question Sign up for Free 166 Experts currently online. Ask Questions for Free! Solution to inability to Delegate? error 65486 - Mac Entourage Is there a solution to the inability to delegate the delegates settings were not saved correctly using Entourage 2004 SP2. Some people in the past indicated that they had success but others
like myself get the "error :65486" no matter what we do. Also it does not matter what I put in the Advanced field - nothing office 365 the delegates settings were not saved correctly ... Results 1 to 3 of 3 LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Add Thread to del.icio.usTweet this thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch office 365 the delegates settings were not saved correctly. cannot activate free/busy information to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 12-14, 05:17 PM #1 Solution to inability to Delegate? error 65486 Is there a solution to the inability to delegate using Entourage 2004 SP2. Some people in the past indicated that they had success but others like myself get the "error :65486" no matter what we do. Also it does not matter what I put in the Advanced field - nothing changes (even when I put gibberish in this field). If ANYONE can get delegate to
work, could you post your configuration info. Also include the version of your Exchange server. We are using Exchange 2003. Bill Bryson Bill Reply With Quote 02-02, 11:36 PM #2 Re: Solution to inability to Delegate? error 65486 Hello Everybody, After much searching and grief (and a few hours with someone at M$ who actually knew what they were talking about) I finally have a working configuration that provides this functionality. It turns out that Office for Mac 2004 SP2 is worlds apart from its un-patched counterpart. To get to the meat of it, SP2 has a partial implementation of RPC. As far as I can tell this is completely undoented but it explains the reason that you can right-click on a item in the folders list on the left and delegate that way but not via Tools -> accounts -> edit account -> delegate. The former method uses Webdav to delegate while the latter uses RPC. Since no admin I've talked to knew that RPC was implemented in SP2, none of them had considered the requirements of RPC when configuring the client machines. First of all this won't work for anyone who doesn't have a connection that can route RPC. Second, the client machine must have the exchange server's domain listed in the Search Domains field in System Preferences -> Network Preferences (don't ask me why). Assuming the network/DNS infrastructure is configured correctly for exchange and you made the change above, you can create an exchange
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sure that your password was entered correctly and try again. (Error: 65486). Now, I know I am connected to the Exchange server and http://webgroups.net/Can-t-establish-a-delegate/iy7QGOz my password is correct because everything else works correctly. I can get email, view shared folders and calendars, etc. I can also work around this by simply adding another exchange account https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20141203000155-65486-10-things-they-should-teach-in-marketing-schools for the person who should be a delgate, but that seems rather clunky. Anyone have any ideas? reply turnermarketing 7/11/2006, 6:56:47 PM 3 replies 3 views microsoft.public.mac.office.entourage > When I try the delegates to establish a delate in entourage, after I pick the delgate > and click ok, it tries to retrive permissions then I get this response: > Entourage cannot connect to the Exchange server. Make sure that your > password was entered correctly and try again. (Error: 65486). > > Now, I know I am connected to the Exchange server and my password is the delegates settings > correct because everything else works correctly. I can get email, view > shared folders and calendars, etc. I can also work around this by > simply adding another exchange account for the person who should be a > delgate, but that seems rather clunky. > > Anyone have any ideas? I have exactly the same experience. Major bummer. I have looked at a few other posts and it may have to do with SSL. (I connect using OWA using https/ssl) But I am loathe to try http (w/out SSL) because it will blow away everything in my exchange account in Entourage...also a major bummer. Hopefully someone from MSFT will take pity on us and help us out. reply jonlowy 7/19/2006, 5:48:44 PM Here is a message thread that was previously on this list that might help with the delegate problem. My answer to Matthew is at the top and illustrates what needed to be done in my Exchange environment. See also the "Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Resource Kit version 2" at: http://www.microsoft.com/mac/resources/resources.aspx?pid=resourcekits&rk=of fice2004 This is a good article that provides some technical details about delegatinNo related pages.
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