Exchange Server’ reported error (0x8000410F)

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Hello

I tried to run a single Exchange 2007 server. Until yesterday we were able to run it alongside an Exchange 2000 box. We then deleted the EX2000 yesterday afternoon from construction by shifting the final of the mailboxes and shifting the routing check to the Exchange 2007 box (even though it's not supported) and then at last deleting EX2000 from Add/Delete Programs.

Everything works very well but when users click send/ receive, they are getting an error message that reads as follow:

Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x8000410F) 'The operation failed.

An object could not be found.'

Within my Exchange 2007 event viewer, we are getting the following errors:

Event Type: Error

Event Source: MSExchangeSA

Event Category: OAL Generator

Event ID: 9335

Date: 3/2/2007

Time: 8:23:03 AM

User: N/A

Computer: SERVER

Description:

OALGen encountered error 80004005 while cleaning the offline address list public folders under /o=domain/cn=addrlists/cn=oabs/cn=Default Offline Address List. Please make sure the public folder store is mounted and replicas exist of the offline address list folders. No offline address lists have been generated. Please check the event log for more information.

– Default Offline Address List

Event Type: Error

Event Source: MSExchangeFBPublish

Event Category: General

Event ID: 8207

Date: 3/2/2007

Time: 7:42:52 AM

User: N/A

Computer: SERVER

Description:

Error updating public folder with free/busy information on virtual machine SERVER. The error number is 0x80004005.

I cannot decide if the error is related to some Outlook error. This error is not causing any troubles within my surroundings; users can send/ receive without any troubles. Just the time this error message is detailed is when users hit "send/ receive". I think it's more of an irritation than anything. I am researching to solve this error message and the only ways I have got were for Exchange 2000 or 2003.

Need your help.

Thanks in advance.

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Best Answer by Carl Jack
Answered By 0 points N/A #98703

Exchange Server’ reported error (0x8000410F)

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 Dear Dgsabel,
 
This is an outlook specific issue. It can be rectified by identifying the current location of your outlook data file and then create new outlook profile.
 
Step1:
Locate the default outlook data file.
 
Step2:
Follow one of the below mentioned methods to create a new outlook profile
 
Use auto account setup to create IMAP or POP 3 email account.
Manually create IMPAP or POP3 email account.
Step 3:
Configure your new outlook profile as your default profile by using the below mentioned method.
 
a. Click on the General tab of the Mail dialog box and select Always use this profile.
b. Select the new profile from the drop down under Always use this profile.
c. Close the mailbox by clicking OK
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Answered By 0 points N/A #98704

Exchange Server’ reported error (0x8000410F)

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Hello Dgsabel,

To resolve that issue, you will need to reset the system folders using the following procedure:

  • You will need to run Guidgen.exe, and then under GUID Format, choose Registry Format.
  • After that you will generate a new GUID, duplicate the value and then paste the results into a text editor such as Notepad
  • Quit Guidgen.exe and then remove the brackets as well as hyphens from the newly generated GUID.
  • For every two characters, you will need to prefix them with 0x  and then follow them with a space.
  • After that you will open ADSI Edit from the Windows 2000 Support Tools, and then locate the following:

    CN=[Your Administrative Group],CN=Administrative Groups,CN=[Your Org],CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=[Your Domain],DC=com

    Note To locate this item, double-click to expand the following containers:

    • Configuration Container [Computer.Domain.Com]
    • CN=Configuration, DC=(Your DC),DC=com
    • CN=Services
    • CN=Microsoft Exchange
    • CN=(Your Organization)
    • CN=Adminstrative Groups
    • CN=(Your Administrative Group)
  • Next you will need to open the properties of CN=(Your Administrative Group).
  • And then go to the Attributes tab under Select a Property to View and click SiteFolderGuid.
  • After that paste the 0x formatted GUID in the Edit Attribute field.
  • Click Set, and then click OK.
  • After that quit ADSI Edit, and then restart the Exchange Services.

Regards,

Carl

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