Please use the steps below to update your Global Address Book.In order for some GAL entries to show up properly you may need to turn off Cached Exchange Mode.
When changes occur within the main Global Address Book (GAL) on the Exchange server, computers running Outlook 2007, 2010, and 2013 may not automatically receive the updates.
If this is happening, then you may notice missing, non-existent and/or incorrect entries.
I guess the idea was to indicate that the products were evolving from the 2013 versions, but as Ignite progressed, the nagging feeling grew that Exchange 2016 is really just Service Pack 2 (SP2). It’s hard to keep on innovating when a product is twenty years old and the Exchange 2016 sessions at Ignite conveyed a strong impression that this release is all about tidying up, refining, and transferring some technology from the cloud to keep on-premises customers happy. Tuesday’s major Exchange 2016 overview featured a demo that was painfully constructed to emphasize on-premises servers, some interesting factoids about how users search, the advent of the “Sweep” and “Undo” features for Outlook Web App (Sweep is surely a poor substitute for Clutter and CTRL/Z has been available in Outlook for a while now), lots of mentions of technology transfer from cloud to on-premises (that I really like), and some new e Discovery capabilities from Equivio.
There’s nothing in the list for Exchange 2016 to match the thunder of Power Shell support in Exchange 2007, the arrival of true high availability through Database Availability Groups in Exchange 2010, and the automation of Managed Availability and the transition to web-based management consoles in Exchange 2013.
This session attracted nearly two thousand in a very large theater; the others also had overflowing rooms.