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I have just imported back in to Outlook 2007 / Exchange 2010 mailbox from google aPPS PST.

I now get the error "cannot perform requested operation" when trying to reply to emails.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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DId you recreat the User Account as well or a new one ... if so you will need to add X500 to resolve the issue.

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by:sifenwick2005
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there is no X500 address, where do I add in this in exchange 2010?
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In the Email address tab of the user in EMC.

Exchange E-mail Addresses and the Outlook Address Cache
http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/exchange/exchange-e-mail-addresses-and-the-outlook-address-cache/

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