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For reference, this users mailbox is on the Exchange 2003 server.I checked the event logs on the Exchange 2003 server and no warnings or errors were logged in the early hours by the Microsoft Exchange System Attendant service during the OAB Generation process.Run setup with the /prepare AD parameter on a computer in the domain Bank Union and site Bank Union-Main Office-AU, and wait for replication to complete.I'm searching to get the current members of a dynamic distribution group by exchange servers.Logon to the new Exchange 2010 Server and open the Exchange Management Console.
We had a catostrophic server failure - Our AD server that was set up as the domain controller linked to RUS for our Exchange server was damaged beyond repair so it was replaced. Now in RUS it still shows the old server as the Domain controller for both Recipient Update Sevice (Enterprise Configuration) and Recipient Update Service (Wethersfield) If I try to change it I get and an error if I try to change the DC under the Enterprise Configuration - The Operation failed ID 80004005 Exchange System Manager. Thanks, Pete Open Go to Configuration - Services - Microsoft Exchange - Organization - Address List Container - Recipient Update Service (Enterprise) - properties - attribute - ms Exch Server1Network Address - type the FQDN of your new DC.
Thinking this was just a fluke, I manually rebuilt the Offline Address Book with the same results (no warnings/errors and the user still in the Offline Address Book).
There are no synchronisation errors in Outlook and I have verified (using Exchange System Manager on the Exchange 2003 server) that the Offline Address Book does exist and is still being created in the early hours of each morning, as well as when I manually rebuilt it this morning.
Most likely Exchange 2003 wasn’t decomm-ed properly (if you are no longer using Exchange 2003).
Solution: Error ONE: Ignore the error “[2/16/2015 AM]  [ERROR] The operation could not be performed because object ‘exchserver01’ could not be found on domain controller ‘adserver01.domain.com’.” Just proceed with starting the Windows Firewall service and rerun the update of Service Pack. You will not be able to delete the Recipient Update Service (Enterprise Configuration) by using Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 System Manager.