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Outlook Getting error 0X80072F06

Posted on 2011-03-22
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We have migrated from SBS2003 to SBS2011 and the old Exchange Server 2003 is now gone. I just found a couple a items, one where the Outlook clients got initially an error updating the offline OAB.

I fixed that by defining the OAB for each database in the client settings.

Now it appears when you force the OAB update, it connects and finds it, but now I get the 0X80072F06 error.

Maybe we missing an item during the SBS2003 to SBS2011 migration, but not that we are aware of.

How do we fix this error?
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What errors are you getting in event viewer?
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by:WebGeeksUnlimited
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There is nothing related to this problem in the event viewer. You only see what the send/receive dialogue shows when the you do the following;

Tool | Send/Receive | Download Address Book...

You can see it says connected and then displays the error as noted above in Outlook 2007.

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Well, it seems that I resolved this my self. It looks like in Exchange 2010, Server Configuration | Client Access, I changed the URL to match the valid SSL certificate.

When the SBS2011 installs, it defaults all the URLs to remote.yourdefaultdomain.com which would be your working domain. In my case I have multiple and the SSL cert was issued to cover a couple other of our domains for OWA access.

After changing the URL properties for the offline address book to match the SSL certificate being issued, it started to work properly.

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This solves the issue with SBS2011 with Exchnage 2010 offline address book.
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