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If the expected changes aren't present in the GAL, the changes will not replicate to the Offline Address Book.NOTE: If you change your on-premises Active Directory schema, but the Microsoft Azure Active Directory Sync Tool still doesn't synchronize these changes correctly, go to this Microsoft website to continue troubleshooting this issue: Troubleshoot directory synchronization Manually download the Offline Address Book in Outlook.Check whether Outlook and the computer can access the Offline Address Book file on the server.
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Users not receiving latest contacts in cached mode UPDATE GLOBAL ADDRESS LIST USING EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT SHELL (EMS) NEXT OPEN EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSOLE (EMC) BY DOING THE FOLLOWING: 1. Locate your Default Offline Address book and Right Click on it then select Update.
Connect to your Exchange Server using RDP or any remote application 2. And select Exchange Management Console from the list NOW WE WILL START THE UPDATE PROCESS, PLEASE DO THE FOLLOWING: 1. You can also click on the Update link located in the Action pane on the far right after highlighting the Default Global Address List. You will receive the following message, just select Yes 5. Now follow the steps in "FORCE OUTLOOK TO UPDATE THE OFFLINE ADDRESS BOOK" to download the address book again Finally please rate this article or leave a comment if this was helpful??
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Now we will need to verify that the update actually took place (Keep in mind that you would have to give the update about 10 minutes to ensure that it has completed) 6. Regards, Hendrik Wiese If you have a question about something within an article, you can receive help directly from the article author.