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Out of Office Error in Outlook 2007 with Exchange server 2007

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I get the Out of Office error when the user try to click the out of office Assistant. The error is " Your Out Of Office settings cannot be displyed, because your server iscurently  unavailable. Try again later." in my environment we have configured the CAS/HUB in NLB. But the users who are all using OWA and Outlook 2003 Out Of office is working properly.
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The problem is the operation of AutoDiscover. If that isn't working correctly then many of the Outlook 2007 functions will fail. I would suggest that you read through this blog posting from ATIG to ensure that Autodiscover is working correctly.

http://exchange-genie.blogspot.com/2007/07/autodiscover-ad-attribute.html

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