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Exchange 2007 OAB Problem

Posted on 2007-12-04
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Ok I did a simple 1 - 1 Exchange 2003 Exchange 2007 migration, everything was completed a month ago.  However  I now have an issue with the OAB.  I did move the Public Folder store over to E2007 and everything from Outlook 2007 seems to work fine.

Heres the deal, when I go to the properties of the Default Offline Address Book, I can check off the first boxes, but Web distribution & Public Folder distribution are greyed out, what did I do wrong?  Also I did move OAB Generation to the new E2007 server.
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I'm having the same issue.  I hope an expert can clarify what is going on.  I created a new OAB and these options were available.  Meanwhile, I'm having OAB synch issues with my Outlook 2007 clients.
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Just as a note I deleted my OAB, created a new one and made it default, seems to be ok now.
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