Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, Exchange 2003 OAL Issue in Technical; Hi,
I have recently moved Exchange 2003 onto a new server using the following information " How to remove the ...
21st August 2009, 11:24 AM #1
Exchange 2003 OAL Issue
I have recently moved Exchange 2003 onto a new server using the following information "How to remove the first Exchange Server 2003 computer from the administrative group" and am experiencing some sync / send receive errors on completion.
Error from the client "0x08004010F" Object could not be found.
Error from server when trying to rebuild the OAL "OALGen encountered error [0x80040107] while calculating the OALs".
Basically the OAL is missing and cannot rebuild itself. I have tried various things such as creating a new OAL and re-naming it something different and setting it as default. But Event Viewer shows the server error above at schedule update time.
I can stop the clients from downloading the OAL through Send/Receive Settings, but I would much prefer a fix as i'm sure there would be reprocussions from doing this.
Has anyone had a smiliar error and have any advice or suggestions for me?
26th August 2009, 08:34 AM #2
28th August 2009, 12:18 PM #3
Well guys, i fingured it out.
After researching the problem, i found that the error messages were telling me that the GAL or OAB could not be found. Even though i had created a new one and set it as default? It failed to rebuild and so i checked the settings on the "Admin Groups -> FAG -> ServerName -> FST -> Mailbox store -> Properties" and browsed to the new offline address list i had created on the general tab.
I had not changed this setting to the new OAL i had created and set to default.
This may help someone else with a similar problem.
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