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Exchange 2010 Mailbox using Google+ profile picture

Posted on 2014-10-21
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Hi guys,
We have recently carried out a clean install of Exchange 2010 for a client. However we have had a call saying that when a user sends from their Exchange Mailbox (within the domain and from Outlook) to a GMail email address their is a profile picture appearing when you view the email through the GMail application for iPhone or Android.
Now I found that the user had added their work email address as the backup within Google+ however this is now remove and it is still showing a profile picture from the users Google+ account. Also we have disable users having ActivSync.
Any Idea's??
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Sounds like caching to me. Could be browser caching, in which case clear the recipients browser, or, Google is caching it.

Also, does this happen to all Gmail users they send to? If just one, maybe that recipient has made that same connection in their address book. Attaching the sender's work email to the same address book entry that contains G+ information?
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