Cannot create Outlook profiles - problem with Address List

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Huey

Hi All,

We have recently installed a new exchange 2007 server into our domain.
The old exchange 2003 is still there but I've moved all the user
mailboxes off this server.

Since the server has been installed I've noticed that we cannot create
new outlook 2007 profiles. A pop up authentication box keeps appearing
and won't go away even if the administator details are entered.

I don't know if this is relevant but I have tried troubleshooting from
the exchange shell and get the below...
--------------------------------------[PS] C:\Windows\System32>Update-GlobalAddressList

cmdlet Update-GlobalAddressList at command pipeline position 1
Supply values for the following parameters:
Identity: Default Global Address List
WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System
Objects/Offline
Address Book - \/o=Exchange\/cn=addrlists\/cn=oabs\/cn=Defau" is invalid and
could not be updated.
WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System
Objects/Offline
Address Book - First Administrative Group" is invalid and could not be
updated.
WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System
Objects/Schedule+ Free Busy Information - First Administrative Group" is
invalid and could not be updated.
WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB
Version 2" is invalid and could not be updated.
WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB
Version 4" is invalid and could not be updated.
WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB
Version 3a" is invalid and could not be updated.
--------I don't really know where to start with troubleshooting this. I guess it
looks like a problem with the default address list.

Can anyone suggest how I can go about fixing this.

I appreciate any suggestions. Thanks,

-H
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

Did you create a public folder store and move your public and system
folders?
Ed Crowley MVP
"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."
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"Huey" <huw@alco.co.uk> wrote in message
news:u5oFsFebKHA.5976@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> Hi All,
>
> We have recently installed a new exchange 2007 server into our domain. The
> old exchange 2003 is still there but I've moved all the user mailboxes off
> this server.
>
> Since the server has been installed I've noticed that we cannot create new
> outlook 2007 profiles. A pop up authentication box keeps appearing and
> won't go away even if the administator details are entered.
>
> I don't know if this is relevant but I have tried troubleshooting from the
> exchange shell and get the below...
> --------------------------------------> [PS] C:\Windows\System32>Update-GlobalAddressList
>
> cmdlet Update-GlobalAddressList at command pipeline position 1
> Supply values for the following parameters:
> Identity: Default Global Address List
> WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System
> Objects/Offline
> Address Book - \/o=Exchange\/cn=addrlists\/cn=oabs\/cn=Defau" is invalid
> and
> could not be updated.
> WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System
> Objects/Offline
> Address Book - First Administrative Group" is invalid and could not be
> updated.
> WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System
> Objects/Schedule+ Free Busy Information - First Administrative Group" is
> invalid and could not be updated.
> WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB
> Version 2" is invalid and could not be updated.
> WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB
> Version 4" is invalid and could not be updated.
> WARNING: The recipient "domain.local/Microsoft Exchange System Objects/OAB
> Version 3a" is invalid and could not be updated.
> -------------------------------------->
> I don't really know where to start with troubleshooting this. I guess it
> looks like a problem with the default address list.
>
> Can anyone suggest how I can go about fixing this.
>
> I appreciate any suggestions. Thanks,
>
> -H


 
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Huey

Ed Crowley [MVP] wrote:
> Did you create a public folder store and move your public and system
> folders?


Thanks for your response.

I haven't moved the public folders although I have added the new server
as a replica of public folder. The old exchange 2003 server is still
running so I haven't started the process of decomissioning.

I don't know if this is a further sympton but I notice under in the old
exchange 2003 manager public folders - offline address book - OAB
Version 2 there is a size of 690k and 35 items listed alonside the old
server. There is nothing alongside the new 2007 server.

-H
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

You should first make sure that the folders are replicating.
Ed Crowley MVP
"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."
..

"Huey" <huw@alco.co.uk> wrote in message news:4B0D8079.500@alco.co.uk...
> Ed Crowley [MVP] wrote:
>> Did you create a public folder store and move your public and system
>> folders?

>
> Thanks for your response.
>
> I haven't moved the public folders although I have added the new server
> as a replica of public folder. The old exchange 2003 server is still
> running so I haven't started the process of decomissioning.
>
> I don't know if this is a further sympton but I notice under in the old
> exchange 2003 manager public folders - offline address book - OAB
> Version 2 there is a size of 690k and 35 items listed alonside the old
> server. There is nothing alongside the new 2007 server.
>
> -H

 
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