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Use Cached Exchange Mode - 5.Nov.2008 5:05:14 AM   
akkaratt

 

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I used Outlook 2003 is Mail client and I used Exchange 2003 is Mail server. I disable "Use Cached Excahnge Mode" because Address Book not update when I add new user in Active Directory Users and Computers. I need download Offline Address Book.
I feel mail work slowly. Pop-up "Microsoft Office Outlook is requesting data from the server" oftentimes.
I want enable "Use Cached Excahnge Mode". How to setting up (system affect smallest)?

Thank you.
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RE: Use Cached Exchange Mode - 5.Nov.2008 11:01:36 AM   
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The Offline Address Book allows you to search the address book when Outlook is not connected to Exchange.  This also benefits your Exchange server by not burdening it with constantly having to update it.  The (perceived) downside is that changes to AD (e.g. new users) are not immediately seen.

I attempted to explain what is happening in a blog article:

It isn't that it doesn't work, it's that the change doesn't show up as quickly as you'd like.


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RE: Use Cached Exchange Mode - 9.Jul.2010 5:49:08 AM   
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Hi Uemurad,

which one do you prefer if the users are miles away connected thru exchange via a tunneling (point-to-point)
connection and has a mailbox size larger than 2G?

i say Japan to US.

Thanks in advance

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RE: Use Cached Exchange Mode - 9.Jul.2010 10:38:50 AM   
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Cache mode is even more valuable in your case. It will be painful if the user has to create the entire offline store remotely (the full 2GB over the VPN/Internet), but subsequent connections will be much more efficient. That's because only changes have to be transmitted.

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RE: Use Cached Exchange Mode - 10.Jul.2010 6:21:16 AM   
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Thanks ;)

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