migrating domains, we are simply raising the domain functioning level with newer versions of Windows Server 2012 R2.Outlook 2016 (and presumably Outlook 2011) seem to set their LDAP GAL Directory server one time (at account set up time or initial launch).I can't find were the Directory data lives (I assume its baked-into a database blob and not a text file or xml .plist). When contact info gets changed in our AD/O365, the Mac Outlook's contact list doesn't update. I tried flushing caches in both:- ~/Library/Containers/com.microsoft. It then re-appeared, but still contains the out of date info! I would think if it cached the GAL, it would download the most recent information.Outlook does not use OS X Directory Services stack Im referring to the Outlook setting located here Outlook While this isn't exactly what you're looking for, this should be a good read for you: have seen that MS Tech Net document, thank you @jonnydford. I'm using Office 365, so I can only show you what I get from that (below).In this guide, the relevant timings are explained and instructions are given in how you can directly force an update and resync, which can be very handy when troubleshooting or when you work in an Exchange environment which sees a lot of user mailbox mutations.This means that in the worst possible scenario, an update to the Address Book won’t become available to the user until 48 hours after the change.
Can anyone confirm what Outlook does when can't find a Directory Server? Can Outlook's Directory Servers be configured via a script or cli command? After reopening Outlook, the GAL was gone from the address book, so I was hopeful.
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I might have a problem with my Offline Address Book in Outlook.
For me, new colleagues are not showing up and the contact pictures aren’t displaying either.
They do for my colleague sitting next to me, so I don’t think it is a server misconfiguration or something like that.