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Exchange 2010 Outlook 2007.
Win XP and Windows 7

What is happening is the users are receiving an error that the Offline Address Book cannot be downloaded 0x800401f. However, administrative users can download the OAB without problem ... What I've tried so far (mainly just from a list on google)

Now we do have an odd situation in place because the computers are domained to company.town.local and the exchange server is on a different domain (SBS) companyname.local


- Check for / disable proxy
- Give users read/write access to the OAB folder on the exchange server (maily just to eliminate that problem)
-Joined a few test computers to companyname.local
-Recreated the OAB
-Checked permissions for OAB and that it was set as the default
-Disabled Cached Exchange mode, still have the problem
-Recreated the user profiles
-Set hosts entries for server, domain and autodiscover
- Created A record in DNS entries on the SBS server for autodiscover (also set the computers to use the SBS server as primary DNS)
- Created cname (alias) record for autodiscover on the SBS server
- I am able to navigate to server.companyname.local/oab/offlineaddressbook.xml and that does work but has a certificate error.
- Gave "regular" user the same priviliges as one of the admin users ... still same problem
Edited by IBuyJunk - 6/16/11 at 11:12am
    
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