Migrate from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007, Outlook 2003 failed OAB 0X8004010F

Hi all,
recently we setup 1 exchange 2007 to migrate ove exchange 2003.
we had tested outlook 2007 with outlook anywhere is able to download offline address book, but some how outlook 2003 failed with error code  0X8004010F

we have tried all solutions posted at varios forum include EE but no help... any one encounter before...??

thanks
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MesthaCommented:
Have you replicated the system folders from the old server to the new one?
The error means cannot find, and usually means that you cannot.

Stating that you have tried "all solutions" doesn't really help, and actually cannot be true, because if you had actually tried "all" solutions, then you would have found the resolution to your problem.

Simon.
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