Public folder address book not updating
Microsoft introduced the concept of a Web-based distribution point for OABs in Exchange 2007.
It has various advantages over the previous system of public folder distribution, even though the previous system is still supported.
The OAB has evolved somewhat, and is now in OAB Version 4.
This version was introduced in Exchange 2003 SP2 and is still used by Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010.
Troubleshooting these issues isn’t as easy as it looks.
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.
But what if you need to set up several Offline address-books for a variety of sites or geographical regions, each to be distributed by a different point? It is mainly used to allow access to the address book when the user is disconnected from the network or is in cached mode.However, be careful, don't create too many lists, and furthermore, give thought to meaningful names for your lists.The situation, you want to modify the GAL, however, you discover that you cannot edit (or delete) the Default Global Address List.By default all domains that are found will be replicated and will be replicated alphabetically from A to Z.If there are some domains that you don’t want to replicate to the Lync Address Book, use the Information of your users, contacts and groups is now in the Lync database.