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Outlook and Exchange 2010 and cannot consistently see staff pictures

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Hi,

We've loaded up staff pics into Ex2010 but they don't seem to show onsistently and we can't work out why. We did have a problem where we couldn't see pics in one AD Site but thats been fixed by rebooting our Exchange boxes.

Sometimes i can see pics when i open emails, other times wecan't. Sometimes we can see pics in the preview panes, other times we can't. Very rarely we can see pics in the people pane at the bottom of emails.

We are the end of the AD upgrade to 2008R2 from 2003 and still have the old 2003 DCs which we'll be DCpromo'ing shortly. I wonder if it this but that wouldn't explain why it works sometimes?

We're running Ex2010 SP2 and Outlook 2010 cached mode on Win7.

Cheers
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1. did u enable thumborial attribute store in OAB?
2. what is the size of imported pictures? it must be less then 100K.
All questions about GAL photos expanded here:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2010/06/01/3410006.aspx
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Cheeers, pics are 96x96, <10k and attribute is enabled. It's very inconsisent so we're thinking we might log a call with MS.
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