Out-of-office assistant not working in Outlook 2007

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Exchange 2007
Lotus Notes Out of Office agent
Out of Office Assistant
Outlook 2007
Outlook 2007 Out of Office
SBS 2008
Small Business Server 2008
We're running Exchange 2007 on an SBS2008 server. Outlook 2003 users can access out-of-office assistant with no problem from within Outlook. Outlook 2007 users get an error message that "out of office settings cannot be displayed because the server is currently unavailable." Only way to get out-of-office to work for these 2007 users is going through a web browser into OWA. Then it sets up just fine. How can I get out-of-office assistant to work from within Outlook 2007 for these users?

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Hi,

this happens because the corrupted profile, this may happen due to the user login with different profile than the profile used for outlook

eg: adamH login windows profile

AdamG login outlook profile

To Fix: just create a new outlook profile.

Thank you

Anil
Lepide Softwares Pvt. Ltd.
www.lepide.com

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    Please move to OUTLOOK section
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