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Operation Failed. Object Cannot Be Found.

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Old June 5th, 2010, 12:03 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.general
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Default Operation Failed. Object Cannot Be Found.

Running Outlook 2007 with all the current updates. When I try to do a manual
send/receive, the message at the bottom of the screen says "Send/Receive
Failed. Task (1)' reported error [0x8004010). The
operation failed. The object cannot be found." My email goes through
GoDaddy's hosted exchange server. GoDaddy says it's an Outlook issue and
they don't support Outlook. I am trying to figure out what it all means, but
all I get is a run-around....links to knowledge base articles about Outlook
2000...and other suggestions that are irrelevant. This all came about since
Outlook stopped automatically sending messages to our Blackberry. Of course
Blackberry says it's an Outlook/Go Daddy issue, and Go Daddy says it's a
Blackberry issue. Go Daddy's suggestion was to wipe all the information from
the Blackberry and start from square one. Haven't had a chance to try that
yet, and am skeptical that it will work. I'm stumped. Has anywone else had
this issue ?


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