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Out of Office not working with new install of Exchange 2007

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When a user within my organization tries to set their Out Of Office in Outlook 2007 they recieve the error message "Your Out of Office Settings cannot be displayed, because the server is unavailable. Try again later."  This happens on all the Outlook clients with all users.  However, if they login to OWA they are able to set their out of office.  This is a new transition from exchange 2003 to 2007.  Any help is appreciated.
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Got it.  It needed rollup 4 version 2. I had version 1.
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