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These screenshots are from Outlook 2013, but the process works identically in 2010 or 2007. Choose "Update All", wait a moment, and you're done. I can manually update each contact with the nice "Update" button and it automatically synchs the contact with AD, but I can't do that for all contact with a simple buttonclick? Switch to your contacts view, then go to the "Send/Receive" tab. From there, right-click any selected contact and choose "Add to Contacts".I might have a problem with my Offline Address Book in Outlook.For me, new colleagues are not showing up and the contact pictures aren’t displaying either.
Is there any way I can force a manual update of the Offline Address Book (OAB) in Outlook or reset it completely otherwise?
Or force Outlook to download the latest version of the offline address book.
I know this is old, but it's the first search result in Google and doesn't have a proper answer. Fourth, you will receive a dialogue box for any matching / existing contacts. Local contacts always trump Active Directory contacts, and do not update when changes happen in AD (by design). For now, I've written an Outlook plugin that performs these steps automatically for the company I work for. Not the nicest way as in - why isn't this default?!
You can select all of them by selecting the first one, scrolling to the end of the list, and click the last item.
This will update contact information, pictures, phone numbers, etc. Now you have the most up-to-date information from Active Directory in your local address book. Under Send/Receive Groups, you should see an option to "Download Address Book." Now you will be prompted for a few options, and you can choose to update from the Global Address List (this is how your AD should push out contacts). I download the full address book and it loads for a couple of seconds. I open some contact which I haven't updated yet, click on update - it is updated.