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Error: the file C:\Documents and Settings\eeggers\local settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook1.ost cannot be accessed because it has been configured for use with another mailbox

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I'm getting the error:

the file C:\Documents and Settings\eeggers\local settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook1.ost cannot be accessed because it has been configured for use with another mailbox

It has occured when I log into the network and tried to configure outlook to open for a different user.  How can I get rid of this error. It comes up as soon as I open outlook as a different user then eeggers.

I'm using Exchange Server 2003 on a Server 2003 LAN.

Thanks.

Joe
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Search for *.OST and delete them all ... Blow out the profile on the Outlook client ... create a new profile ... as you create offline profiles for each new profile it should correct the issue.
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If you are running in Exchange Cached Mode with O2K3 then it should automatically create the Offline profile ...
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