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06-Oct-2016 20:52

Open up the latest log file in the directory and see what errors are being reported by the client.

In our case, we had these error messages: Notice the error “Is Local OABFile Current: Manifest Enforcement Disabled And Local File Too Old”.

In Exchange 2010 it takes even longer to synchronize the changes in the OAB than Exchange 2007.

After the OAB is updated, which by default is once a day, it may take up to 8hrs for the OAB to be available to the client.

I found that the oab is distributed via IIS's default website under 'oab'.

When i look in this folder (C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Client Access\OAB) on the IIS server, I see a folder with date modified today, but the files in this folder have all modified date a few months ago ? Ive also found a folder (C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Exchange OAB) which contains more recent files but not from today when i updated the offline address book via the exchange management console What am i missing ?

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.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.This is called the Offline Address Book and is being generated on the Exchange server.Due to various synching schedules, it can take up to 48 hours before you could actually see a change in Outlook after a modification has been made on the Exchange server or in Active Directory.

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.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.This is called the Offline Address Book and is being generated on the Exchange server.Due to various synching schedules, it can take up to 48 hours before you could actually see a change in Outlook after a modification has been made on the Exchange server or in Active Directory.For me, new colleagues are not showing up and the contact pictures aren’t displaying either.