1) Try a manual Re-Sync 2) Close Outlook and delete the *.
OAB files manually From here: C:\Users\%username%\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\Offline Address Books\*\*.* 3) Delete and Recreate their Outlook Profile Start Outlook again and follow Prompts A: There are five ways.
Because the files were not changed recently the error message was downloaded and the client could not download the files.
To summarize – we have an OAB that is not updating and clients that cannot update their local copies because the copies are too old.
Exchange 2013 has gone through an evolution in the way the Offline Address Book is generated and maintained.
While most of the changes are advantageous, I ran into a chink in the armor while working with a customer who was having an issue with Exchange 2013 DAG replication.
(* on the Server running it) As mentioned before, this is only for Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013 avoids this step through the use of proxying For example, if you complete an offline address book download at today, Outlook will start the offline address book download the next day at approximately .
Further Troubleshooting Let’s see where the OAB generating mailbox is and if the database is mounted.What ended up happening is about a day later if a user tried to manually download the address book, they would not be able to and would get a 0x80190194 error: Troublshooting So what is this? Well, let’s look at the log files for OAB downloading.In Exchange Server 2013, these files are located in the %Exchange Install%\Logging\OABDownload directory.You can see the list of attributes that will be put into the GAL using When Outlook users are running in cached mode, they rely on the Offline Address Book (OAB) to provide them with access to one or more addresses (that are always available when they are connected directly to Exchange) The OAB is rebuilt and downloaded on a default schedule as shown below.Because of this, a new user may not be visible in the address book, or changes to a user’s name, address, etc.