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running 2010 office on client, have 2008 64 bit o.s. on server, have exchange 2007

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getting following error when trying to turn on out of office option on 2010:

your automatic reply settings cannot be displayed because the server is unavailable, try again later

how to fix
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I wanted to mention that for the clients running windows 2003 that "out of office" works fine, it is the few that are running 2010 now. that have this prob. I can't get serv. pack 2 to install on the 2008 sbs using  2007 exchange which limits the amount of "command line" options avail. As well as it would make sense that it is a change on the clients end that needs to happen as noted that office 2003 works fine which should indicate that the server is setup ok...Please inform...thx
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ANY OTHER OPTIONS?
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only one comment, then no response after that when asking for more info.....left me hanging....awarded poiints anyway as i am sure that will help others, it did help me SOMEWHAT..but never got any further answers that i asked of...
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