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Outlook 2003: OAB error 0x8004010F after Exchange Migration 2010

Hi,
we migrate an Exchange Server 2003 to 2010. Therefor we used this guide:
http://www.windowsitpro.com/article/exchange-server/Migrating-from-Exchange-Server-2003-to-Exchange-Server-2010-A-Small-Organization-Perspective/6.aspx

After the mailbox movement we try to connect with an Outlook 2003 to the Exchange Server.
All Items in the mailbox are fine, but at the end we got this error message at the synchronization-error-folder:
Microsoft Exchange-Offlineadressbuch
0X8004010F
Now we got after every klick on the send/receive-button this "error mail".

This problem concern only Outlook 2003. On an Outlook 2007 are no error messages like this.

We tried the following without success:
- recreate the outlook profile
- disable cache modus -> delete ost-file -> enable cache modus
- create a new OAB at the EMC, enable the distribution

How can we debug this problem to find the error?

Best regards,
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TREXman
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TREXman
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dolbyhomeCommented:
have you had a look at this Microsoft article ?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905813
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TREXmanAuthor Commented:
Hi,
yes i know this MS KB. Unfortunately it can not be used for exchange 2010 (there is no tab "Client Settings" at the properties of the mailbox store)

Do you have other ideas?
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TREXmanAuthor Commented:
Has nobody an idea how to solve this problem?
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TREXmanAuthor Commented:
I found this page, which has solved my problem:
http://blog.kopfteam.de/?p=241 (sorry it is in german)
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TREXmanAuthor Commented:
The options in exchange2010 are partly different to exchange 2007
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