Go to your Exchange Server 2010.
Exchange Management Console Navigate to
Microsoft Exchange > Microsoft Exchange On-Premises > Organization Configuration > Mailbox Select the
Database Management tab page Right-mouse click a mailbox database, go to
Properties In the Mailbox Database Properties go to the tab page
Client Settings If the
Offline address book is empty, click the [Browse…] button and select your OAB. Repeat step 5 – 7 for
EACH mailbox database
When this is done, restart your Outlook 2010 application on the client.
You should now be able to download the OAB again via File > Account Settings > Download Address Book…
If this didn’t work for you, please comment how you fixed it.
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A bookmark is stuck in a forgotten book that is one day knocked over by wind. It experiences its environment by surfing the pages that turn in to ocean-waves, enjoying the ride of its life. As the book cover closes light reveals new challenges.
Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.
from Refactoring: improving the design of existing code
One comic book about The Cloud is now available as a PDF file.
Looks like they are having a meltdown!
Visual Content will be soon available.
Here some examples of the “Climbing Mt. PowerShell” comic:
Keep an eye on it 😉
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From the book:
Why Programs Fail: A Guide to Systematic Debugging
Busy reading chapter 1, until now a very good book. Yet it’s early to give an opinion.