SBS 2008 with Outlook 2007 OAB problems

Firstly...the problem described below does not happen with Outlook2003.  It is just Outlook2007 clients experiencing the problem.

I have Outlook2007 clients connected externally to the server and they can send and receive emails without problem.  They connect using which is a 3rd party certificate from godaddy pointing to the Exchange server on sbs2008.  They all use exchange cache mode...

The error the Outlook2007 client receives is:

21:33:56 Microsoft Exchange offline address book
21:33:56                  Not downloading Offline address book files.  A server (URL) could not be located.
21:33:56         0X8004010F

Any help what is causing this?
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
this is because outlook 2003 use public folder to connect to offline address book, outlook 2007 pick these information from

the best is to do a test email autoconfiguration
you will find configure to talk to certain URL and all will be fail.
Cris HannaCommented:
martinmcginleyAuthor Commented:
can the offline address book for outlook2007 be created without the autodiscover service?
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Cris HannaCommented:
I think there will be issues for those users who are connecting by Outlook Anywhere when not connected to the LAN
martinmcginleyAuthor Commented:
auto discover is already turned off for other reasons.  I am just looking to get the outlook2007 clients connected to the OAB - if it is possible
Cris HannaCommented:
You can take a look here and see if by chance this is affecting you as well.

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