Default offline address list exchange 2016 not updating
In my experience problems updating the Offline Address Book stem from problems with the global address list.
You can force an update of the global address list using the following Exchange Management Shell command: Update-Global Address List -Identity "Default Global Address List" -Domain Controller "Exchange-Server" You only need to include the domain controller setting if you have more than one exchange server.
Arbitration mailboxes are system mailboxes used to store organization-wide data, e.g.
administrator audit logs, metadata for e Discovery searches, and Unified Messaging data.
On the "General" tab it will show a "Modified" date.
This is when the offline address book was modified or rebuilt.
As I did quite some Exchange migrations (including single as well as multi tenancy environments) I was always wondering whether there are any additional post migration tasks that need to be addressed before you start removing your legacy Exchange server(s) from your organization.
Well, after you’ve successfully migrated all your databases, mailboxes, public folders, send/receive connectors, et al, what’s still left?Read the Knowledge Base article on What Is An Autodiscover Record And Why Do I Need It? The 0x8004010F errors occur when there is a failure downloading the Offline Address Book.Read the Knowledge Base article on Offline Address Book for more information.When a user sends a message to a group, the Exchange server that is acting as the expansion server expands the group to its individual members.This expansion permits members of the distribution list or group to receive the message.