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I am getting an error in my exchange server. I have a frond end and back end exchange.
i tried reset system folders in Exchange Server 2003, but didnt work.

OALGen could not find the address list with the Active Directory object GUID of '/guid=31E9AA7049AA6E4ABF0E63870D868AD7' in the list of available address lists.  Please check the offline address list configuration object.
- Default Offline Address List
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Ok,
make sure that the public folder store is mounted, binded to the OAB, and make sure that the generation server is the BE server.
dismount and mount the store and try to rebuild it. if it didn't work create a new OAB with a new name, and bing it with the MB stores.
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