Exchange 2010 Enterprise SP2 (CAS and mailbox roles on separate servers), Outlook 2007: When modifying a user's setting in AD (for example adding/changing a title), it's not reflected in the GAL (Outlook) for at least 48 hours. We have our client settings with cached mode turned on. I see the GAL/OAB is set to update daily at 5:00 am. Is this normal behavior for this to take so long to update? I've read through some forums and see it could take up to 24 hours. I came from an Exchange 2007 environment previously, and it seemed to update quicker.
thank you for your assistance.
After the OAB gets updated on Exchange it still needs to be distributed to the web services first. The process of updating and distributing the OAB is done on two schedules. They are the OAB Update schedule
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