Autocomplete collects the addresses when you send new messages or reply.You can clear the autocomplete cache by clearing the autocomplete cache or delete one address at a time as you type and then Delete.The next time you want to send a message to that person, just type in the text from Step 2 again.
Number of stale device files deleted: 0 Number of device full files written: 1 with 0 total contacts Number of device delta files written: 11 with a total of 0 new/updated contacts and 0 deleted contacts.Number of device bytes written: 1,657 compressed to 1,248 bytes on disk.This polling interval is 5 minutes by default and can be customized to any value between 5 seconds and 3 hours.Because Step #1 in the process happens by default every minute then any recent changes in AD should already be imported into the SQL database.There is one limitation that "gets" many users: when you use auto-resolution, Outlook searches the address books in order and when it finds a match in one address book, it stops looking in the other address books. Also known as automatic name checking, this feature allows you to type a name, or even just the first few letters, and the name resolves a few seconds after you tab out of the field.
When more than one possible match exist you'll see a red wavy underline. When more than one match exists for a name you've used before, Outlook resolves to the last name used and uses a green dotted line to alert you that other possibilities exist. When Name checking is disabled in Tools, Options, Email Options, Advanced Options it won't do it as you type the names in but it will check and resolve them when you hit Send.
My experience is with Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2007: We use vb Script to set the "ms Exch Hide From Address Lists" value to TRUE.
In the Exchange Management Console we see the check mark next to 'Hide from Exchange address lists'.
The first step only needs to be performed once per workstation, while the second would be done each time a forced update is desired.
Take note that the there is another difference here between the Lync and Communicator clients.
The overall process is basically the same as what Office Communications Server does, but with added flexibility of easily customizing some of the timing of the different events.