error 0X8004010F using Exchange 2003 sp-2 and Outlook 2007

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I have one user getting this error in his sync log for Outlook 2007. He's unable to sync his OAB. I have tried deleting the OAb and recreating his profile. Everyone else is fine and Exchange is running perfectly. Does anyone have any ideas?
ASKED: December 18, 2008  4:10 PM
UPDATED: May 24, 2012  7:44 AM

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Was he running in cached mode? You say you deleted his oab, if he was running in cached mode delete the .ost as well. When he re-starts his outlook it will re-create the .ost. If the problem persists, check the event logs on the exchange server where his mailbox resides and you should see an OAB error there. Please post the exact errors from the event logs. That will help us help you find the problem. Thanks.

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  • imrellx
    Have you had any luck resolving this issue? I have exactly the same problem. Thanks.
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