Outlook oab not updating exchange 2016

While this info is great technical background, in this post I want to shed some light on the publishing of the OAB through Public Folders and through Web-based distribution, especially on where to look first.

It is important to note, that I am concentrating on a domain joined Outlook client.

This is an article written by Frank Plawetzki, a Senior PFE from Deutschland, and originally published on Opsvault.


When you check the “Test E – Mail Autoconfiguration” in Outlook 2007 / 2010 and check on which URL the Outlook client is looking for the OAB, you will see which CAS server Outlook will query and also which OAB GUID it will be looking for on the CAS file share.One affected public-folder based OAB distribution and the other affected web-based distribution.



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