The problem that they are trying to solve is to provide users with quicker access to data when working in cached mode.
As you might recall, Outlook 2013 changes its cached model to allow users to selectively keep a certain amount of data cached in the local OST while the remainder is held in the online mailbox.
One of the nice things about attending the recent Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) is the chance to sit down with development engineers to learn about the software they’re working on.
Karim Batthish introduced me to Allie Bellew because he wanted me to know about a new feature that’s coming in Outlook 2013.
My personal experience is keeping desktop users configured from non-cached mode.
The gate is 400ms, measured when the user logs on and connects to Exchange and updated when the user switches folders.
If the network connection is good enough, Outlook can switch into hybrid mode to fetch data from the server and if not, access the OST.
In a nutshell, I made the user a full control access member of the mailbox, and also a editor delegate for the calendar Only a few people are allowed to schedule the resource. Washington III mode does not download another user's data to the OST file" and Manager would observe inconsistent calendar details, if any of them is in Cached mode" "Practices to Avoid ...
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