In my previous article entitled, “What is Outlook error code 0x8004010f?” I have given a brief idea about the Outlook error code 0x804010f.This is a common error faced by new user accounts However, the error will also be prompted for old user accounts on Exchange while downloading OAB files, synchronizing OAB files or performing a send/receive operation. There are various scenarios in which the error will be prompted to an Outlook user.
Below are the common causes for Outlook error 0x804010f error while downloading the OAB files:
1.When previous Exchange server was decommissioned by administrator and replicas of OAB folders weren’t updated to the new server.
2.When OAB files couldn’t be generated.
3.When the new OAB created within the active directory couldn’t be read by the information store during maintenance schedule
4.When the EntryID information store EntryID is invalid (i.e. it points to the legacy EX: / folders).
5. When an Outlook client is logged in from one domain to another domain and attempts to log in to another users mailbox.
6.When you try to access the OAB folders from the public folder store that wasn’t generated, got deleted or missing due to the corruption of OST file or any other reason.
7.When same type of Multiple OAB Version folders exist and you try to download the OAB folders.
8.When the public folder store has not received the replicated updates of the OAB files and the outlook client try to download the OAB files.
9.When the address list of the offline address book list object is missing
10.When the address list of the offline address book list object is incorrect
11.When the user accounts that do not have mailbox full rights to other mailbox uses the 'Send/As' feature that affects the user accounts.
I hope this post will prove helpful for readers to get brief idea about general scenarios that may cause the error 0x804010f while using Exchange. If you are Exchange 2007 user, then you might be interested in knowing more about specific causes and preventive measures for the error 0x804010f while using Exchange version 2007, I am going to discuss the same in upcoming related posts. So, keep reading.