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0X8004010F OAB error

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I having problems syncing OAB on Outlook 2003/2007
15:16:32 Synchronizer Version 12.0.4518
15:16:32 Synchronizing Mailbox 'User Name'
15:16:32 Done
15:16:32 Microsoft Exchange offline address book
15:16:32       0X8004010F
I'm getting this error on Outlook 2003 and 2007 clients.  I've seen lots of fixes and non of them are working.  I'm running Exchange 2007.
I've delete and recreated the Default Address Book on the server.  I've deleted and recreated profiles, used different machines.  I've made sure the OAB is defined in the Mailbox DB.  I've forced update several times on the OAB from the server.  I get the error ever hour in the "Sync Issues" folder and if I got to send/recieve > Download address book.

Please help!!
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After all these checks and a couple reboots it amaziingly started working.
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by:Coldnature
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I've been fighting this issue for a long while now, the 0X8004010F error would occur when connected to Exchange using HTTP over RPC, off the network. I finally came across this today and it seems to have worked. I didn't see this anywhere on this site, but I apologize if someone has already covered it.

I had to place an SRV record in my public DNS. Network Solutions hosts our DNS, and I was able to create the record myself through the interface. Anyway, here's a link to the MS article describing the setting.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940881
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