Try rebuilding the Offline Address Book - go to ESM | Recipients | Offline .. Proposed as answer by ZhelR Saturday, May 15, PM. IIS Logs on the Exchange server indicate hits on the cresadtgehomual.gq file Users on the Exchange Server "MAIL" using Outlook client are. The send/receive details show that it's working on "Offline address book Connecting to .. AdFind Vcpp Joe Richards ([email protected]) April
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We have been running exchange in our company for almost a year without any problem. Recently the OAB has broken. When a user tries. Exchange Server · Downloading the address book hangs and freezes - Exchange /Outlook the permissions on a cresadtgehomual.gq file stored under "C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\ClientAccess\OAB". This Issue started after applying Exchange Service Pack, in my case it $ oab1 = Get-OfflineAddressBook "Default Offline Address Book".
I moved it back into the DefaultAppPool after reading that's its home per Microsoft. However we do daily scans.
I did add the Exchsvr logs and Exchange Server to the exclusion list but didn't make a difference didn't think so since an AV scan only runs after hours. Keep in mind I'm using IIS6 because at the time of this Exchange Server deployment, Server R2 bit was the server operating system at the time. So some of your suggestions don't quite line up with the verbage on the screen.
For example, I can't find "Only redirect requests to content in this directory".
I am aware of the complete visual overhaul of IIS 7 and 7. We do plan to migrate to Exchange on a new virtual server, but that also poses challenges reading up on how to do it, best practice, setting time to do it, downloading the licenses, etc So I'd like to get the OAB download in working in the meantime.
This webpage is not available. The webpage at https: Error 9 net:: Unknown error. In IE9 I just get the usual cannot display the webpage. It's strange to me to see the file and the direct path, and in fact to make sure I'm not mistyping the long GUID, I copy and paste the path to my PC in which I am a domain admin.
Even when I force rebuilt it, it didn't have an error. I had the exact same issue on a few PCs.
Downloading the address book would never finish would hang there all day, never fail, never succeed. Came across this thread that described the issue and the rather odd solution. Go to C: Thank you!!! Been having this problem for 2 weeks now and this fixed it immediately.
Thanks yoyoworld! That seemed to resolve the hung 'Updating Address Book' problem. Just to clarify, I deleted the "contents" of the Offline Address Books folder, which was a single registry-like folder entry.
This folder is up to date. So I would have to do this every time we change employees.
Outlook hangs while "Offline address book Connecting to Microsoft Exchange"
Any other ideas for a permanent fix? Sorry to jump on this thread late but I am having this issue.
I attempted to follow these instructions, but there is a step I am unsure about. It's the removing SSL on all virtual directories. Not sure what that means or what the impact is.
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This will not give users unencrypted access to webmail will it? Barring that, this still did not work. I would like to completely exclude the offline address book from syncing with the server. I am being blamed for the server failing to sync on a regular basis, and I need a solution. Found the same prob, tried the address book removal but in the end the solution was the non-hid filter patch.
As others have said WTF is a mouse patch doing interfering with the download of an address book? I found that because our systems are locked down and only approved patches are pushed out, the only option I had to fix this was to down load the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard centre.
Adding "Authenticated Users" to the "web. Thankfully we applied the proper Permissions and not a frivolous patch The IT community needs to march on Cupertino with staves and pitchforks and demand they toss the bastage out on his arse who foisted this abomination of an email server on an unsuspecting world, so we can have our way with him!
I've tried to dig through logs, but I'm unsure of what logs to inspect and what to look for. Microsoft has released a update to fix the issue. I've verified it and it works.
And after working on this issue for nearly two weeks, I finally lost my courage and wrote the question above. One hour after posting the question I find this: They are working on a fix which is expected in the November 11th Public Update.
In the meantime if you are experiencing the issue you can uninstall the update, KB to workaround the problem. If you happen to be running the Click to Run version of Office you will not see the update to uninstall.
Instead, please follow the instructions in this KB to revert to the September public update, https: If there are any changes to the fix release date I will post back and update the forum thread. Removing the said update or updates, as there were two with the same name and KB number installed solved the issue.
There are 6 of them:. After deleting the files, make sure you trigger a manual update from within Outlook as described above.
In that case, it is recommended to recreate your mail profile. I might have a problem with my Offline Address Book in Outlook. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by e-mail.
Use "BH93RF24" to get a discount when ordering! Tool Tips!Keep in mind I'm using IIS6 because at the time of this Exchange Server deployment, Server R2 bit was the server operating system at the time. Do you have this problem with just clients that connect with Outlook Anywhere, or do you also have it with MAPI clients?
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