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Outlool Offline Address Book

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I have created a new Exchange 2007 Offline Address Book in order to resolve some replication issues i am having with my current one. I used the below command to publish it to myself. However, when i go to my client and try to download the new address book I get the below error.
task 'user@domain.com' reported error (0x80190194) : 'The Operation Failed'

Any help is appreciated.
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by:MegaNuk3
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1.)  what command did you use?
2.) what version of Outlook?
3.) what version of Exchange and service pack level?
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by:cheto06
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1. Set-Mailbox -Identity user -OfflineAddressBook "My OAB"
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by:cheto06
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2. Outlook 2007
3. Excchange 2007 Version 8.3 (Build 83.6)
thanks,
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by:MegaNuk3
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Do
Get-offlineaddressbook | update-offlineaddressbook

Wait 15 minutes and then restart the msExchangeFDS service on the CAS server
Wait 5 minutes and then try download the offline address book also try on a client that is still assigned the old address book and see what happens
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by:cheto06
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The msExchangeFDS is disabled.  Is this my problem?
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Probably. Set it to automatic and start it. It should be running on your CAS server to copy the web version of the OAB files from the generating server (usually a mailbox server )
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by:cheto06
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I only have one server with all the roles. I used to have a hub transport but it has been decom.
Does the service still needs to be running?
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by:MegaNuk3
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Yes
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by:cheto06
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OK, That seem to have help, however, I can't seem to be able to published the defualt offline address book back to my mailbox.
I am using
Set-Mailbox -Identity myuser -OfflineAddressBook "Default Offline Address List"

If i do a get-offlineaddressbook  -Identity "Default Offline Address List" command this is what i get.

Name                            : Default Offline Address List
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by:MegaNuk3
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Try setting your default offline address book $Null as this is what it normally is for everyone.
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Thanks for the points
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