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Remember, I am using Outlook 2003 installed in XP OS. Prasad Paturi Originally posted by josephvi: Does anyone know what this is and how to fix it? Updating to the latest service packs didn't help either. I had this same problem, none of the above worked for me.The Microsoft website says its related to the Offline Address List. Download Address Book, where it says "Choose Address Book", my address book name was called Global Address List, however in my ESM, my address list was called Default Global Address List. Last thing i tried was setting the properties of the Default offline adresslist to exchange 4.0 and 5.0 compatibility Maybe this helps Bye Robert-Janwhen i try this i have a LDAP error, anybody know how to fix this?

Its a Server 2003 and exchange 2003 with active directory.

Since today i cant receive mail anymore on any adresses (listed in AD), now thats a first and really time to redo everthing. Insure that all the domains and users are listed as having read/write/change permissions. I had to generate a new Guid and reset up the site folders.

Can i restore the messsages that i can not view via OWA or Outlook 2003 or arent they on the server anyway?? Right after I added in the offline address book, it started to work. make sure your offline address book has been rebuilt.2. right on the first general screen in the middle, you have no offline address book selected... After making the permission change, the errors stopped! Thanks for the help for the person who posted that suggestion.

These machines are also up to date as far as I know (service packs wise).

*Something I noticed was that the client was also not able to manually download the GAL when forced to, and I noticed that one of the entries on the clients machine (in the GAL) was not on the exchange server anymore (it was removed at least 6 months ago).

Its a Server 2003 and exchange 2003 with active directory.

Since today i cant receive mail anymore on any adresses (listed in AD), now thats a first and really time to redo everthing. Insure that all the domains and users are listed as having read/write/change permissions. I had to generate a new Guid and reset up the site folders.

Can i restore the messsages that i can not view via OWA or Outlook 2003 or arent they on the server anyway?? Right after I added in the offline address book, it started to work. make sure your offline address book has been rebuilt.2. right on the first general screen in the middle, you have no offline address book selected... After making the permission change, the errors stopped! Thanks for the help for the person who posted that suggestion.

These machines are also up to date as far as I know (service packs wise).

*Something I noticed was that the client was also not able to manually download the GAL when forced to, and I noticed that one of the entries on the clients machine (in the GAL) was not on the exchange server anymore (it was removed at least 6 months ago).

make sure your offline address book has been rebuilt.2. right on the first general screen in the middle, you have no offline address book selected... Was successful by creating a new Offline Address List with Exchange's System Manager: -Recipients, Offline Address Lists, New, Offline Address List, give it a name--Program indicated something like it would create the appropriate folder during (nightly) maintenance-Next day checked Event Viewer, it had successfully generated the new Offline Address List-As a confirmation, right click new Offline Address List and select Rebuild, checked Event Viewer and looked like rebuild ran successfully.-Right click new Offline Address List and select Set as the New Default-Administrative Groups, First Admin Group, Servers, YOURSERVER, First Storage, Mailbox Store, Properties, General tab, Offline Address List, Browse, Advanced, Find Now and locate the new Offline Address List, select it.