Outlook 2007 Global Address List not updating in cached mode

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Running Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2007 and since the beginning of September my Global Address List is not updating when in Cached Mode. When switched to no-cached mode it is up-to-date. I tried the "download address book" under send/receive, but that did not solve the issue.

I also deleted all the *.oab files in my Directory: C:Documents and SettingsUser ProfileLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook: I also restarted my Outlook and it seems to work but only for the issue to reappear again when Outlook is restarted. Any idea why Outlook is defaulting to this faulty?

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  • Jaym40998
    What specific patches are you referring too? I have the same issue but for Japan users running Outlook and Exchange 07. It works fine for English but not Japanese. I think it is an update but which one?
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  • Labnuke99
    Both Outlook & Exchange should have the latest patches and updates applied. It is hard to know specifically which update may fix the issue you are experiencing.
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