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0x8004010F An object could not be found after exchange 2010 install

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I brought up an exchange 2010 box next to my exchange 2003 box.  I did the install, migrated the mailboxes, public folder stores, etc, and decommissioned the old server.  I have one user who is getting an error during send and receive in Outlook 2003.

0x8001010F, An object could not be found.

Any ideas?  I'm thinking OAB, but not sure.

thanks

cliff
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have you tried creating a new profile ? but before that, please look at this - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312354
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If the solution above doesn't work for you, (it didn't for me) you can use this one
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905813 - which resolved the issue for me.

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