Gal not updating

Even though Outlook is the last in the chain, it is often the first level where the troubleshooting takes place as usually this is where the request is coming from.And since this website’s main focus is on Outlook, it makes sense to start with Outlook as well ;-).The command for the manual update procedure can be found here: Outlook will automatically download updates only unless the size of the changes is larger than 12.5% (one-eighth) of the total OAB size.

For me, new colleagues are not showing up and the contact pictures aren’t displaying either.

In general, Outlook will automatically update the Offline Address Book (OAB) for Exchange accounts once every 24 hours.

When it didn’t or when you want to make sure you do have the latest OAB available, you could manually trigger an update from within Outlook as well.

If the update mechanism appears to be broken for you, it could be because of a corruption in your OAB or in your mail profile.

In that case, you can completely reset it by deleting the files making up the OAB or by recreating your mail profile.

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