When the Exchange Offline Address Book doesn't download Outlook clients like it should, administrators have plenty of options for easy fixes. I had a look at the KB article, at the moment there isn't a default Offline Address List. So I can't re-build it nor create it, when I Right Click - Select New - Offline. Solution: Have you tried deleting the OAB file here? Thanks all - yes tried all this - not sure why I can't force update it. Oh well - remains unresolved:(Reply.
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This article describes how to troubleshoot the following Offline Address Book issues in Microsoft Outlook in a Microsoft Office environment: Users can't. Exchange supports only OAB (version 4). This is the same version that was the default in Exchange You can't configure Exchange. I might have a problem with my Offline Address Book in Outlook. For me, new colleagues are not showing up and the contact pictures aren't.
And then I download the latest address list to my outlook but still - I can't get it to update on user end until the following day??? I was working on this issue about a month ago, then got sidetracked by a bunch of more important projects. It's confounding that they don't automatically update on their own. It looked something like this:. I notice that the changes are immediate in the OWA.
Renaming just a single or some of the files will result in an OAB corruption.
A benefit of manually deleting the oab-file is that before they are being re-downloaded, you are working with the Online Address Book. When you find things working correctly for you now but not anymore after the oab-file were redownloaded, you know that the issue is with the oab-files on the server and not on the client or the Address Book configuration in general.
When you update an Offline Address Book on the Exchange server via the Exchange Management Console or the Exchange Management Shell, one would suspect that updating the Outlook client after that would directly get you this fully up-to-date copy. After the OAB gets updated on Exchange, it still needs to distributed to the web services first, even in a single server environment.
The process of updating and distributing the OAB is achieved by the following two schedules. Rather than changing the default schedule, you can also force an update and redistribution of the Offline Address Book. This is great for testing or when it is important that changes are published immediately note that users must still update the OAB manually or wait a OAB sync interval to see the changes.
Exchange regenerates the OAB Default generation schedule: Updating Outlook manually Even though Outlook is the last in the chain, it is often the first level where the troubleshooting takes place as usually this is where the request is coming from.
The command for the manual update procedure can be found here: Provide a name for the group. For instance: Disable all the options except for the first reference to: Location of the cached oab-files Rather than forcing an OAB update via the Outlook interface, you can also manually delete them when Outlook is closed.
Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 C: Modify default maintenance schedule in Exchange When you update an Offline Address Book on the Exchange server via the Exchange Management Console or the Exchange Management Shell, one would suspect that updating the Outlook client after that would directly get you this fully up-to-date copy.
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I am unsure what else to check. Apologies for the lengthy post and thanks for taking time to read. I wanted to provide as much information as possible.