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- The exchange server (2013) is listing the Default GAL as up to date, and if I edit it in the ECP, and click to preview recipients, all the recent users are listed.- I've had a look for the local address book and cache folders, I found the latter and renamed it - Looking in IIS I can see that the OAB site is using SSL, with client certificates set to "ignore" - I've read about BITS 2 issues, but this appears to be related only to Windows XP/2003. It looks like Microsoft was inspired by the popular Xobni plug-in =) The OSC will show photos from local contacts, the Global Address List, or 3rd party connectors.This screen shot shows how you can scroll through various pictures and view the location of where those pictures originated: Another nice feature of the OSC connector is that you can view all of your Linked IN contacts directly from the Outlook Contacts navigation bar: The client side method is the default behavior, as users are left to themselves to upload and keep photos updated.There is now a third method that compliments the other two.Outlook 2010 has a feature called the Outlook Social Connector (OSC) that can show photos in Outlook from Linked IN, Facebook, etc..In Exchange 2007/2010 the OABGen was located under C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V--\Bin\Oab
Alternatively, you can wait till after Exchange has updated the OAB on its current schedule.If users are working in cached mode, then there is an additional step to modify the Offline Address Book (OAB) to include the photo, because otherwise it only includes a pointer to the photo.To make new users show up in the GAL immediately, you can force a rebuild of the OAB.Restarting the service MS Exchange System Attendant did not even fix this?Historically, there have been two ways to have photos appear in Outlook: each end user can manually add them on the client side or a server administrator can upload them on the server side.
The Offline Address Book is important within Exchange environments as not only does it allow Outlook clients to see the address lists when offline but also it significantly reduces the amount of address book lookups decreasing Exchange server work load.