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    here is my setup

    Exchange server 2003 on windows server 2003
    exchange 2010 sp1 on windows server 2010

    I'm in the process of a migration. on some of my user on the new server, some of them dosen't see new user in the global adress list, when the Cached mode is checked in outlook. if not checked I see everyone.


    anyone got that problem?

    Umpy

  • #2
    Re: global adress list

    Remember, up to 48 hours for your cached GAL to update
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    • #3
      Re: global adress list

      any way to force it? theses changes have been made week ago.

      umpy

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      • #4
        Re: global adress list

        Had the same issue - try looking at this article:

        http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/...010---part-ii/

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        • #5
          Re: global address list

          If the change was made a week ago, the change should be seen by the clients.
          I would suspect that you aren't replicating the Offline Address Book public folder content between the two servers. Until you have removed Exchange 2003 you cannot remove public folders and must replicate the system folders (OAB and free busy) to the new server.

          The clients are probably using the last downloaded version of the OAB from prior to the migration because they cannot get anything more up to date.

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          • #6
            Re: global adress list

            I found a weird solution. Deleting the mail profile et recreating it fix my problem...

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            • #7
              Re: global address list

              That removed the OAB files from the workstation and forced a download of the full set. Could be an indication the incremental updates weren't being downloaded correctly.

              You might find that closing down Outlook completely and deleting any files with the OAB extension also resolves the issue.

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