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Many organizations prefer to sync the Jamie Gomez has a lab in the basement of the oldest building on campus. You open the contacts icon on your i Phone and discover that he isn’t in your address book.You do a search of the Global Address List from your smart Phone but you don’t have enough wireless signal.Before cloning the accounts he had removed the mailbox from the template account however it had left the Exchange attribute “Show In Address Book” populated. When in Adsiedit open up the Default Naming Context then open up your domain name and browse to the OU that the user is in that you need to modify. Right click the user account and select properties.Then under the attribute editor browse down to Show In Address Book as seen below. Then simply remove the entries ( all of them ) that you see by highlighting and selecting remove. The next time your GAL rebuilds these accounts will be removed. If you are impatient like me you can drop into power shell and run these commands to update it immediately.This morning I was asked to update the Global Address List and Offline Address Book in an Exchange environment.You could wait for Exchange to do it automatically (the default schedule is once a day) but what when you want to force the update to take place right now? Came across this issue at a clients, they where running Exchange 2010 although this would also apply to Exchange 2007.When a user in Outlook was NOT in cached mode and they went into the Global Address List to select users to send an email to they would see accounts of people who have not got a mailbox attached to them, were not mail enabled and did not even have an email address associated to them.
If you are a system admin that is on the lookout for ways to optimize the smartphone experience, GAL search maybe a weak link.
24/02/13If you create a new user, give them a mailbox, and they seemingly fail to appear then don’t panic! If you receive an error message then you can investigate further (Note: Set your Outlook client to send you a delivery report on the test email as well).
Firstly and fore mostly: If you do anything in Exchange: Apply the "cup of coffee rule", never make a change then go and prove that change works straight away! However most of us work in the real world and you have a user who needs to use this mailbox yesterday! Then check the mailbox Exists (See Check for existence of mailbox sections below).1.
These accounts why greyed out in comparison to the normal accounts.
I tracked this down to that the client had cloned some accounts from an account that used to have a mailbox attached to them.
Also the Update button seems to have to do something with "Outlook Social Connector" - see the other screenshot I added?