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If so, disable the outlook add-in and restart Outlook. 3) A farfetched answer I've heard is that the user must be a participant in the Customer Experience Improvement Program.
Close Outlook, open Word, click the office button, click Word Options, click Trust Center, click Trust Center Options, click Privacy Options, and select the option for the Customer Experience Improvement Program (4th option). 3) A farfetched answer I've heard is that the user must be a participant in the Customer Experience Improvement Program.
However, turning-off the cache mode may increase the time needed for searches and for downloading large amounts of data, like an Inbox.
To turn Cached Exchange Mode off (or on) follow these steps: The Mac version of Exchange (Outlook 2011) operates in cached mode and unfortunately it cannot be turned-off.
In the Information to download section, select Full Details and in the Address Book section, choose \Global Address List. **NOTE** Please read this section carefully, or your update will not work!!
Step 3: The new version of the GAL will now be downloaded.
The only thing I noticed different about the settings is that on my old PC, in the mail account settings, the "user name" resolved to "[Firstname] [Lastname]" of my domain account - e.g.He sent me an (apparently auto-generated) email on how to configure Outlook to connect to exchange via RPC over HTTP and I had everything working fine.But after installing Windows XP SP2 my (offsite) Outlook client spontaneously stopped being able to connect.Cached Exchange Mode can be the culprit of various problems when using Exchange - ranging from the address book not refreshing to calendars not updating.In Outlook 2010 (the PC version) you can avoid these problems by turning-off the cache mode.