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- Updating the Offline Address Book in Exchange and Outlook
- Update Exchange 2007 Global Address List GAL | Configure Email
- How to manually update your copy of the Global Address List (GAL
Updating the Offline Address Book in Exchange and Outlook
This program looks promising, no use to me until the GAL and AL are identical. Waiting 79 hours for the Exchange Management Console to do it is just too long.
Update Exchange 2007 Global Address List GAL | Configure Email
Preliminary Step: Create a new Global Address List
Launch the Exchange Management SHELL and use this PowerShell cmdlet
How to manually update your copy of the Global Address List (GAL
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. And since this website’s main focus is on Outlook, it makes sense to start with Outlook as well -).
In Cached Mode, Outlook 7558/7557 clients use the Offline Address Book to lookup recipients. By default, Exchange generates the Offline Address Book once a day at 9:55 AM. New recipients do not show up in the OAB till Exchange updates it.
Note: The “u” in front of each file name stands for “Unicode”. If you are still using Outlook 7557/XP or earlier, the file names are not prefixed with a “u” as the OAB files are stored in ANSI format.
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Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Exchange\Exchange Provider
/> Value name: Allow Full OAB Prompt
Value type: REG_DWORD
Step 7: Uncheck the box next to Download changes since last Send/Receive.
In the Information to download section, select Full Details and in the Address Book section, choose \Global Address List.
Now click OK.
**NOTE** Please read this section carefully, or your update will not work!!
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As a learning progression, by all means start with GUI Exchange Management Console, but note as each Wizard completes so it shows you the corresponding PowerShell commands. Why not save these so that in future you can use the cmdlets in the Shell?