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Enable or Disable Outlook 2007 Cached Exchange Mode  in the registry?

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How can I disable the cached exchange mode in Outlook 2007 in the registry? Is this the default setting for Outlook at setup?
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Hi clintonbrigham,

Have a look at the following:
https://wiki.csuchico.edu/confluence/display/usrvkb/Outlook+2007+-+Disabling+Cached+Exchange+Mode

Good Luck!

Gary
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clintonbrigham,
1. Go to Tools
2. Select Account Settings
3. Double-click on Microsoft Exchange Server  
4. Uncheck Use Cached Exchange Mode
5. Click Next
6. Click Finish

Gary
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by:clintonbrigham
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Thanks for you suggestions however none of them address the registry setting. I already went to the technet link but it only covers GPOs and synchronization periods.
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by:tbsgadi
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This is for 2003 it might be similar
http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/cachedmoderegkey.htm
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Yes I have been there also but the registtry key mentioned does not exist for Office 2007
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Why do you have to do it by registry?
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When my users start their first Outlook profile Cached Exchange Mode is on by default. I want it off by default. The image I create never joins the domain until it has been syspreped, converted to a WIM and then pushed to the users machine by SCCM 2007. I need to know where this is configured and I am assuming it is in the registry.
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Did you read through
Configure Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2007
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179175.aspx
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From an MVP Outlook
"No need to control this through the registry anymore. These settings are now
included in the policy templates which is the recommended way to control
this behavior"

http://help.wugnet.com/office/Outlook-2007-cached-mode-ftopict942219.html
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Looks like there is no local fix for this but we will have to come up with a Group Policy through AD to resolve the issue.
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