Global address book not updating when accounts are disabled
The next step is to create the actual address book files.
These files are generated by the Front End with the Address Book Server task and stored in the Lync file share defined in your topology .
Also, quite a number of features in Outlook require Cached Exchange Mode in order for them to work or to work better.
The most notable features are: This means that when you are using an Exchange account, you will need to enable Cached Exchange Mode (CEM) for them to work.
The overall process is basically the same as what Office Communications Server does, but with added flexibility of easily customizing some of the timing of the different events.
To better troubleshoot or change the information stored in the Lync Address Book, you need to be aware of all the steps it takes in creating the Lync Address Book.
Most users will find that Cached Exchange Mode performs faster than online mode.
Use of Cached Exchange Mode shields the user from network and server connection issues and facilitates switching from online to offline for mobile users.
To simplify the explanation of how the address book ends up at the users side, I created the following flowchart of this process.
table, make sure you run Update-CSAddress Book to regenerate the address book.To check this, open View tab on the ribbon, click People Pane button and select Account Settings there.