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outlook produces the error - Task - Microsoft Exchange server reported error 0x8004010f

Having migrated am sbs2003 server to sbs2008 we get the error Task - Microsoft Exchange server reported error 0x8004010f when send and receive is pressed in outlook 2003

On investigating this, I understand that we need to migrate the Offline address books to the new server. When we go into Microsoft Exchange management console, orginazation Configuration - office address book tab, I am told to select the Fedault Offline Address book and click move. We then browse to the sbs2003 old server and click OK.

When we do this we are told that the target server cannot support OAB "\default Offline Address List" since version 4 is enabled. Either dissable Version 4 generation or install KB 922817 on the target server before continuing.

I have downloaded this and installed it, but it stated the requested operation requires evaluation.

Can anyone help in resolving this further problem we have encountered in our sbs2003 to sbs2008 migration?
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nigelbeatson
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FDiskWizardCommented:
I recall when we migrated from 5.5 to Exchange 2003 we had permission problems on the OABs.
Check those permissions on the new server.
In Exch 2003 ESM you go to Administrative groups > {SITE} > Folders.
Right click on Public Folder and click VIEW SYSTEM FOLDERS.

Look up what permissions SHOULD be there...

and remember there can be more than one cause to a specific error. Have a look at this page.
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/04/19/437902.aspx
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nigelbeatsonAuthor Commented:
Here wo go again with another cycle of errors and problems!

When we do what you suggested we get another error message :-

an existing connection was forcible closed by the remote host

Any ideas?
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