- Go to your Exchange Server 2010.
- Start the Exchange Management Console
- Navigate to Microsoft Exchange > Microsoft Exchange On-Premises > Organization Configuration > Mailbox
- Select the Database Management tab page
- Right-mouse click a mailbox database, go to Properties
- In the Mailbox Database Properties go to the tab page Client Settings
- If the Offline address book is empty, click the [Browse…] button and select your OAB.
- Repeat step 5 – 7 for EACH mailbox database
When this is done, restart your Outlook 2010 application on the client.
You should now be able to download the OAB again via File > Account Settings > Download Address Book…
If this didn’t work for you, please comment how you fixed it.
Ever had a White screen of Darn (WSOD) in Visual Studio or an error like this: “exception of type system.componentmodel.design.exceptioncollection was thrown” ?
If the [Clean Solution] and [Rebuild Solution] didn’t work.
Here is how to find the culprit:
- Open Visual Studio 2010 and open/load your solution containing the problem
- Open a second Visual Studio 2010 instance
In the second VS2010 instance do the following things:
- Go to [Tools] > [Attach to Process…]
- Select devenv.exe with which contains the solution with the problem from the Available Processes and click OK
- Next go to [Debug] > [Exceptions…]
- Check [Common Language Runtime Exceptions] in the [Thrown] column
Now go to your first Visual Studio 2010 instance with your project and open the designer file which causes you the PITA (Pain In The Ass).
Your second VS2010 instance should break on the exception, showing you where it goes wrong in your code.