BTW, the errors are from the 07 srvr (in that server name in the event ID the 03 is the rack number and the 32 is the row number) We think the replicas were finished today after "update-Offline Address Book" and a "Update-File Distribution Service" were issued.
Hi guys, Got a strange one, users using the Cached Exchange Mode do not see any new users and have not done for a while.
________________________________ From: Alex Fontana [[email protected]] Sent: Thursday, July 02, 2009 AM To: MS-Exchange Admin Issues Subject: Re: Major goof when migrating OAB to E2K7 The sitefolderserver will be moved (or changed in AD) to your Ex2007 server once you remove the public folder database from the last ex2003 database; you'll be pompted when you go to delete the pf db.
At that time you will need to restart the SA on the Ex2007 public folder server for the change to take affect.
Additionally, the new Exchange Admin Center does not currently have options for managing OABs.
Until you do, users will continue to get the dreaded 0X8004010F outlook errors during send and receive! In the console tree, expand Organization Configuration, and then click Mailbox.3. On the Move Offline Address Book page, click Browse to open the Select Mailbox Server dialog box. Select the server to which you want to move the OAB generation process, and then click OK.7. The wizard will move the generation of your OAB to the new server and copy the existing files for the OAB to the new server. On the Completion page, confirm whether the OAB generation process was moved successfully.
Once the object is removed you can then create a new one with a new name and after about 24 hrs all the clients should have authenticated and queried for which OAB to get and from where. In the result pane, click the Offline Address Book tab, and then select the OAB for which you want to move the generation to a new server.4. Click Move to move the OAB generation process to the new server. A status of Completed indicates that the wizard completed the task successfully.
Admins will never miss mailboxes, but what about our little friend the OAB (Offline address book) Alot of administrators miss this before they perform their uninstallation of Exchange from the generating server! One of the ways I have gotten around this issue if you’ve already blown the 2k3 server away and cannot restore it is to create a fresh one.
Issue is there will already be a reference to the old one ( the one the clients are trying to pull ) that needs to be removed.
also see this: On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at AM, Russ Patterson wrote: We didnt get any events 9331 or 9335 overnight, so I'm knocking-on-wood hoping we're good. Anybody feel like answering : Shouldn't ADSIEdit show these two attributes as the same server?