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pushing GAL updates to Outlook in cached Mode - exchange 2013

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hello,

I've noticed that there are some problems while using the Global Address List. (some of the outlook clients can see the updates - photo, tel number etc and some of them not.)

how can I push the GAL to outlook clients in exchange 2013?
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When you use cache mode outlook will save local copy of the GAL (OAB)
You can update the the Offline Address Book manually from EMC but it will take some time for all the workstations to get the update because by default the outlook will retrieve the OAB every 24 hours, you can of course guide the users to do it manually.
Read more here:
http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/oabupdate.htm
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thx for the reply
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