Outlook Synchronization Log

Hello ,

Some of my outlook clients are getting many no of Outlook Synchronization Log ,how can i get rid of this situation.

17:19:07 Synchronizer Version 12.0.6550

17:19:07 Synchronizing Mailbox ABC
17:19:07 Done
17:19:08 Microsoft Exchange offline address book
17:19:08              Not downloading Offline address book files.  A server (URL) could not be located.
17:19:08       0X8004010F


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leolink1982Asked:
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KevinTHayashiCommented:
Did you do an upgrade from a previous version of Exchange to a newer one? i.e., Did you migrate from Exchange 2003 to 2010?
KevinTHayashiCommented:
Also, give me a little more information on the setup.

1. What version of Exchange Server are you running?
2. Are the Outlook clients that are getting the error message installed on computers that are or are not part of the domain? Or does the error occur on both Domain and Non-Domain computers?
3. Are the computers that are getting the error internal or external to the office? (or is it not consistent?)
4. Are these Outlook 2007 Clients?

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leolink1982Author Commented:
Yeah ,we have migtated from 2003 to 201o exchange

1. What version of Exchange Server are you running? 2010
2. Are the Outlook clients that are getting the error message installed on computers that are or are not part of the domain? Or does the error occur on both Domain and Non-Domain computers? non domain computers
3. Are the computers that are getting the error internal or external to the office? (or is it not consistent?) extranal to office
4. Are these Outlook 2007 Clients? yeah 2007


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KevinTHayashiCommented:
There is a post on Technet for this specific message.  It is related to DNS.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc411331(EXCHG.80).aspx

Have you seen this post or tried this posted resolution?
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