Outlook 2003 (and older)* clients get their OAB from a public folder, Outlook 2007 (and newer) clients can get their OAB from 'Web-based distribution' (basically form the website on the Exchange (or Exchange CAS) server.So there are three factors stopping you seeing that new user on the GAL (, however if that’s not an option, read on).This guide explains how you can set your preferred default and how to get uniformity in your Address Book.The Address Book is the dialog which you get when you press the Address Book icon on the Ribbon or Toolbar, press on the To, CC or BCC button while composing a message or use the keyboard shortcut CTRL SHIFT B.Aside from sorting it “First Last”, you can also set it to use the “File As” of a contact.You can change this in the following way: The File As setting controls how a contact is stored and initially sorted.If you try to use an old cache file, Outlook will complain that it doesn't match the server mailbox.
Remember, if you are looking at the Global Address List in Outlook then you are NOT looking at the Servers Global Address List*.
Support for Outlook 2000 was dropped with Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010 only supports Outlook 2003 (post SP2).
The overall process is basically the same as what Office Communications Server does, but with added flexibility of easily customizing some of the timing of the different events.
Outlook 2013 IMAP and EAS (Outlook.com/Hotmail) ost files are moved using the Force PSTPath key.
Moving the offline cache so its easier to back it up is generally pointless: it's an offline copy of your Exchange mailbox and it can only be opened by the account that created it.