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Outlook Offline Address Book - Error 8004010F

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  I just completed a W2K3 W/E2K3 migration to a SBS 2011 Server. I am going to say everything went OK but not the clients are getting the 8004010F error with the OAB. Any idea where to look?
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Firstly what version of Outlook?
If you are running Outlook 2003 or older you need PF distribution on the OAB.

Is the new server in the same org as the old server?
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  As mentioned above it was a migration to SBS 2011 which is Outlook 2010 isn't it?
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No it's Exchange 2010

What version of Outlook on your client machines?
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  My bad. I mean't Exchange Server 2010 on SBS 2011. The workstations are Outlook 2003. It has to have something to do with the migration...
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Have you enabled PF distribution of the OAB?
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Yes
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Ensure E2k10 is OAB generating server.

Check the app event log for OAL generator events
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Thanks for the points, what was causing the issue?
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