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Office attribute in Lync 2010 showing moving to the office attribute

Posted on 2013-10-31
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Earlier this week I ran a script in AD to update all of the office fields to a different name. However, today we noticed that it is saying when you go to feeds in Lync communicator. " I moved to new office: new office name. How can we get rid of this message which shows up under feeds.

In addition I checked get-csaduser and this shows up correct as the recent update I made.
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by:techdrive
ID: 39614504
Actually I logged into the server and found some interesting events

eventID 21015



Unable to access Address Book Server Settings. The Address Book Server will stop.

Exception: Timeout expired.  The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding.
Exception type: SqlConnectionException
Cause: May be a permission issue or may be because the Address Book Server has not been installed correctly.
Resolution:
Re-run the activation wizard.


21034

One or more phone numbers failed to normalize.

1810 total numbers failed to normalize.  They are listed in the text file: '\\servername\filedirectory\00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000\00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000\Invalid_AD_Phone_Numbers.txt'
Cause: One or more phone number attributes in Active Directory contained text that could not be normalized.  Normalization rules are contained in the optional Company_Phone_Number_Normalization_Rules.txt file located in the output location or in the generic rules built into Address Book Server.  Refer to the documentation for a description of the built-in generic normalization rules.  Use the ABServer -dumpRules command to see all the rules that Address Book Server is currently configured with.
Resolution:
Either create a Company_Phone_Number_Normalization_Rules.txt file in the output location and make sure it covers all cases found in your Active Directory deployment or fix the invalid phone number(s) in the Active Directory record(s).
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Mahesh Sharma earned 500 total points
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Don't think that there is any way for clearing this for everyone.

Go to Lync options, select Personal and then look at the "Activity Feed" section at the bottom. There is a tick box there entitled "Show all my updates in Activity Feed". If you untick this and click OK, it will delete all your existing entries shown under "My Activities". Re-ticking the box will simply mean that any future entries you make will once more be shown.
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by:techdrive
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It still shows even after logging off and back on. and performing your work on this is What is interesting is I see an address book symbol nexty to "I moved to a new ofwi
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by:techdrive
ID: 39614829
You know I found the error on the server is unrelated to this. It is fine just disabled this.
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