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How to set Exchange 2007 Autodiscover to not be in Cached Mode by default?

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Is there a way to set Oulook 2007 / Exchange 2007 to not be in cached mode by default, using autodiscover?
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Check this article and configure the option for outlook to be in online mode using group policy.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179175.aspx

By default, users can choose to configure Cached Exchange Mode or use Online mode. By enabling this setting, new and existing Outlook profiles are configured to use Cached Exchange Mode. Disabling this setting configures new and existing Outlook profiles to use Online mode
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