Yes try a force update now and see if it goes through without error. -Jay . of a new Exchange instance and couldn't download the offline address book. Task 'Microsoft Exchange' reported error (0xF): 'The operation failed. An object cannot .. I just disabled the downloading of offline address book. .. Inexchange server , Its a fresh installation of Ex sp2 ;. Microsoft Exchange Server reported error (0xF) the operation an exchange server platform with Outlook version installed. in the Offline Address Book (OAB) list object; The OAB has either a missing or.
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Hi guys, Stumped beyond stumped on how to get OAB to download when trying to download the OAB: Error 0xF 'The operation. I'm getting the error: 0xF The operation failed. An object cannot be Here is the setup: Single Exchange server running on Windows R2. I recently OAB updated fine with the Exchange server. I have completed uninstall of exchange and decommissioned from the network. I am receiving the above OAB download error from.
This may also resolve nondelivery report issues if you're using an outdated version of the Offline Address Book. If BITS won't start, reinstall it.
If you're using Office or Office , ensure that the latest version of Office Desktop Setup is installed. Step 5: Re-create the Outlook profile If the existing Outlook profile is corrupted, this corruption could be the cause of the issue. Corruption may have occurred if Outlook stopped responding. For more information about how to create and to set up an email profile in Outlook, refer to the following article: NOTE: See the bottom of this article for the 3rd-party information disclaimer.
Check whether Outlook and the computer can access the Offline Address Book file on the server. This action is typically done by Outlook in the background.
To do this check, sign in to the Office portal, and then follow these steps: Start Outlook. The webpage should contain lots of XML data.
Still need help? 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 ".
Click [OK] to close the properties. Check that the offline address book will generate: Start Exchange Management Console.
Expand Organization Configuration, and then select "Mailbox". When a dialog box opens asking if you are sure because it can take several minutes click [Yes].
If there are any issues generating the offline address book then a dialog should be generated - in which case address the issue shown. Alternatively you can use the Exchange Management Console command: Update-OfflineAddressBook "Default Offline Address list" You can check whether the offline address book has generated successfully by re-opening its properties in Exchange Management Console.
On the "General" tab it will show a "Modified" date. This is when the offline address book was modified or rebuilt.
If the date-time stamp is old but give it time to rebuild then clearly the address book isn't updating. If it is not updating then check the Windows Application event log and address any errors recorded there.
In my experience problems updating the Offline Address Book stem from problems with the global address list. You can force an update of the global address list using the following Exchange Management Shell command: Update-GlobalAddressList -Identity "Default Global Address List" -DomainController "Exchange-Server" You only need to include the domain controller setting if you have more than one exchange server.
If your global address book has a different name then you will need to substitute the appropriate name in the above.