Outlook 2003 and 2007 mailboxes moved users are in using the cache feature

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
I'm moving my users from one Win2k3-Exch2k3 server to another Win2k3-Exch2k3 in the same Administrative Group and am wondering if there are any pitfalls concerning my Outlook 2003 and 2007 clients in cached mode?  

Does anything happens to the ost file?

Are the cache settings affected?
Question by:mrozman
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    Not that I can tell. I just did this, and the move mailbox feature worked great. The clients picked it all up just fine. As far as I know, the ost stays like it is.
    My only issue I've had there is the OAB file kinda pooped out (from updating) an about 5 of the 35 machines.
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    should not have any problems doing this
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    The clients will not notice a thing. It is completely transparent to the users.


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