In Active directory users and computers theres a folder named: "Microsoft Exchange System Objects" which appears to have these objects in them. Rancy - Since the migration did you upgrade the OAB to point to Exchange 2010 servers ? I can try doing this, or is it best to check to see if the correct servers are pointed in OAB first? In the window pane right-click and go to the properties of your OAB causing the errors.
OK, ive moved the generation server for the OAB to Cobra. At the moment i'm still getting same issue on client computers but I guess thats probably because the changes take time to move /replicate. Elapsed time: Default Offline Address List Completed Warning: The server from which this offline address book is being moved, "Public Folder Database 1759832846", no longer exists in Active Directory.
Is the area that ive marked in red on the attached screenshot the alias name? Does this need to be change to "OABVersion2" does the same need to be done for version 3a and 4? George - Thats strange unless your running a more up to date version of exchange 2010 that has more options / more tabs, still cant see an exchange general tab or allias name field.
Unless theres a more detailed view somewhere but so far cant find any options for this.
Is there a way of refreshing the move/changes quicker? The OAB will be moved, but this will lead to a full OAB download for all users who are provisioned to use this OAB.
If public folder distribution was enabled, the older replica will be removed from the public folder.
In general, Outlook will automatically update the Offline Address Book (OAB) for Exchange accounts once every 24 hours.