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Microsoft Exchange Server Error (0x8004010F) The operation failed. An Object could not be found.

This is only occuring on one computer (Latitude D610).

I have tried creating a new profile, deleting and reloading the .ost file, searching for any possible .pst files that could be causing a conflict, temporarily turning off the windows firewall, re-installing Office, running Office Updates, and I checked the Address Lists and Offline Address List in Exchange System Manager (granted this was unlikely seeing as only one person is experiencing the problem).

I called Dell support and explained the situation. They told me to call Microsoft. When I called Microsoft and explained the situation, they told me to call Dell. That is typically how it goes with tech support call centers.
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Unless you have an OEM version of Office, Microsoft should not have told you to call Dell. If you have paid money to Microsoft call them back.

Similarly, if the copy of Office was supplied with the Dell machine then they should have dealt with the problem.

Reinstalling Office will not help.

Problems like this with Outlook come down to one of three fixes.

1. Recreate the Outlook profile.
2. Recreate the Windows profile.
3. Wipe the machine.

Simon.
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