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    0x8004010F Error,, HELP!!



    I am running Exchange 2003 sp2 on Windows SBS 2003, all the local computers on the network work fine.

    I have two client computers that connect to the server via VPN, and check their Exchange account. they can send and receive

    just fine, but annoyingly I get that 0x8004010F error message.

    I have already verified that the Offline Address List is correct, that it is properly associated in the Mailbox Store,, I

    have rebuilt it over 10 times,

    I made sure that the OAB all versions and the Schedule+ and other folders are set to replicate to the Public Folder.

    I am at a loss,, I don't know what else to do,,


    please help



    thanks....

  • #2
    Re: 0x8004010F Error,, HELP!!

    I do feel sorry for you. I've been here before...

    See if this article helps, http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/20...19/437902.aspx, and here are a couple of questions for you:

    1. Am I right in understanding that it works OK for others, perhaps connecting in using their laptops via the VPN, but it doesn't work for another particular laptop or PC (yours?)?

    2. If you bought your laptop back into the office and connected, could you update your OAB?

    robbyb

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    • #3
      Re: 0x8004010F Error,, HELP!!

      It doesn't work for anyone using the VPN,

      it only works ok for the local computers.

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      • #4
        Re: 0x8004010F Error,, HELP!!

        Ah. OK. Well, the article might help

        If all VPN users are suffering, and of course, this is with Outlook clients that are configured to work 'off-line' then the problems will be centred around the server and, likely, OAB within the Public Folders.

        As you can see in the article, there are loads of reasons why this might be happening and most centre around the public folders (which is where all that OAB stuff lives).

        Just out of interest, if your users have VPN access, then Outlook could (IMHO) be configured to work in an online mode, therefore bypassing the OAB problem. It's one way to do it, unless your users perhaps work a lot offline, and connect occasionally to send and receive..

        What version of Outlook are the VPN users running?

        robbyb

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