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Issue with Offline Address Book after Small Business Server 2008 Migration

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We upgraded to Small Business Server 2008 from a Small Business Server 2003 domain over the weekend.  All good and tight, except that now all users are receiving error message as follows in Outlook 2003:
! Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x8004010F) : 'the operation failed.  An object could not be found.'

I understand that this issue is regarding the Offline Address Book, which apparently did not pull over or propogate correctly.  We have made sue that the OAB can be deployed online, and believe that we ahve all the other settings correct as several mentions users have made in past blogs.  I am hopeful that there will wind up being a clear cut resolution; whether we create a new OAB or otherwise.  Sincerely appreciate the wisdomw of the EX techs.

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Hi there,

could you tell me with what version of Outlook you are connecting?

Thanks!

Michael
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by:SRC-S1
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Yes MichaelVH,

THe version of Outlook is 2003.  THe version of Exchange, after upgrade, is Exchange 2007 as part of the Small Business Server 2008.
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SRC-S1,

it's most probably one of the PF's that might not got replicated.
Can you verify that you've got the following system-folders (Public Folders) on your Exchange 2007 Server

OAB v2, v3, V4?

Secondly,

can you verifiy in the Organization Management > Mailbox > OAB that your OAB is being distributed using Public Folders?

Thanks
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