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Outlook 2010 Contact Photos won't appear.

Posted on 2011-09-13
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SIngle user in the enterprise doesn't see any contact photos in Outlook 2010.  All other users are working fine.  If anyone has any ideas.   Thanks.
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If you have a thumbnailphoto attribute is enabled in your AD environment and the user is not able to see the photos, disable user's AD account for 30-40 min (for 1 replication cycle) and enable it again,. This will fix the issue.
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Thanks - I will give this a try.
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