Offline address book outlook 2010 the operation failed

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    Description: The operation failed. In this scenario, when Outlook receives the list of available OAB's, Outlook and later versions. Outlook is popping up with the error when downloading offline address book: Reported error (0xF): 'The Operation failed. This article describes how to troubleshoot the following Offline Address Book issues in Exchange Server' reported error (0xF): 'The operation failed. If you're running Outlook or Outlook , click File on the Office ribbon.

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    Offline Address Book Outlook 2010 The Operation Failed

    Restarted Outlook again, tried OAB download and instantly got the same error message as before (The operation failed. An object could not be found). Will leave. Error: Task reported error (0xF): 'The operation failed. An object If it's missing, outlook just can't locate the OAB to download. . We have a Exchange and Exchange , now can't get OAB to download. offline address book using any version of outlook. The error users report is Task 'email' reported error (0x): 'The operation failed.

    Recently I had an issue where users could not download the offline address book using any version of outlook. There are many blog posts on the net that give different fixes for this error but in my case the problem still persisted. There were no errors on the client or server side event logs that suggested any hint of an issue. After a day of frustration I found the cause of the problem through off-piste troubleshooting which turned out to be corrupt arbitration mailboxes. I should probably state that this environment was a migration from to previously so I think that perhaps the migration did not go that smoothly, but exchange quietly hid the issue. Although this fixed my issue, I tried all the other suggestions before this such as extending read permissions to the OAB virtual directory, not requiring SSL for internal connections etc but none of these worked. This is not to say they will not work for you so I suggest you try these first before attempting my fix. This command solved my prolem: This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Skip to content Close. Search for: Home Consulting Contact.

    Outlook error: Microsoft Exchange Server reported error 0xF Symptom: In Outlook when attempting to download the offline address book the following error is generated: Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error 0xF : "The operation failed. An object could not be found.

    Cause: The problem is that the offline address book cannot be downloaded. Possible Remedies: Since the offline address book is stored in the mailbox database check the client settings for the offline address book: For Exchange Server In Exchange Management Console, expand Server Configuration, and then click Mailbox. In the Database Management window, right-click Properties on the mailbox store. Click the Client Settings tab, click Browse, and then click the appropriate offline address book.

    Click OK two times.

    On the "Database Management" tab, right-click the mailbox database and select "Properties". Click the Client Settings tab.

    Outlook error: Microsoft Exchange Server reported error 0x8004010F

    Next to "Offline address book" click Browse, and then click the appropriate offline address book. Click OK two times to close the dialogs. Expand "Organization Configuration", and then select "Mailbox".

    You may have renamed it, but if you don't have an address list then you will need to create one so use the Action "New Offline Address Book On the "General" tab check that the "Update Schedule" is set to run daily - the time doesn't really matter although on my server it is set to "Run daily at ".

    Exchange Troubleshooting - Error 0xF when downloading offline address book

    Click [OK] to close the properties. Check that the offline address book will generate: Start Exchange Management Console.

    You can paste the path mentioned above in the Address Bar of Explorer to quickly open the location. The quickest and most thorough method is to simply rename the Offline Address Books folder by appending. There are 6 of them:. After deleting the files, make sure you trigger a manual update from within Outlook as described above.

    In that case, it is recommended to recreate your mail profile. I might have a problem with my Offline Address Book in Outlook.

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