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    Unhappy [SOLVED] Problem with Migration Wizard for Exchange

    I authenticate as Zimbra admin, choose and authenticate MAPI profile...

    I click the "Object Picker" button...

    Error: The program cannot open the required dialog box because no locations can be found. Close this message, and try again.

    Thanks in advance!
    Troy Moreland
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    We are in a hosted Exchange situation. Is this there a workaround for migrating calendar and contacts for us?

    Thanks!
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    Hmm, seems to probably be a local issue. Can you try running it on another machine?

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    It is. I found through searching that this is a problem for hosted Exchange services (which we have). Instead I just did exports of mail, contacts and calendars to .pst files and used the PST Wizard. We are small so that worked just fine for us.
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