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.The entire process happens over time based on a number of intervals, and by default looks like this: value indicates the default behavior of Lync Server to search Active Directory for any changes every minute.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.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. Now you would wonder why it is showing Exchange 2013 OAB name. This is one of the OMG situation because you saw the warning that you can’t install Exchange 2013 any more while updating active directory and Exchange 2013 is there.
This is increasing mergers and acquisitions which is resulting one company with multiple organizations.
Something wrong with Schema update or did you mess up the infrastructure.
We are currently using exchange 2013 and most users have outlook 2010, there are a few users that have outlook 2013.
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.