Outlook 2007 error (8004010F) in Caching mode

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I am seeing the error 8004010F "The operation failed. An object cannot be found." The error suggests the offline address book and I have done the rebuild, etc. with no change. It works as expected if I build a new profile and do not set it to cache, but as soon as I select caching the error returns. Deselcting caching will not clear the error; the only way is to create a new profile. Email sends and receives. This only happens with the Outlook 2007 clients. Outlook 2003 works as expected.?.? TIA Techsport

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I found a excellent article on this error.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841273/en-us

Hope it helps!

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    Thanks for the quick reply Dreamscape. That is a very informational article. I created the registry keys listed in answer 12 in the link to disable downloading the OAB and the problem remains. That and seeing that the address book only updates every 24 hours anyway and this error comes up every time Outlook does a Send/Receive... Maybe the two aren't related.
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    Thanks for the quick reply Dreamscape. That is a very informational article. I created the registry keys listed in answer 12 in the link to disable downloading the OAB and the problem remains. That and seeing that the address book only updates every 24 hours anyway and this error comes up every time Outlook does a Send/Receive... Maybe the two aren't related.
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