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When there is an Active Directory change and I have a local Contact of that user I can update his/her fields by clicking the Update button.

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This works very well

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The problem is that I have to do that for each and every contact. Is there a possibility to just do this "Update" for all contacts?

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Switch to your contacts view, then go to the "Send/Receive" tab. 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).

Download Address Book

Choose the correct parameters

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Doesn't do the trick for me. I can dowload the Address book, but the users are not updated. When I open a single user and click update, it is updated though. –  Dennis G Jul 6 '12 at 13:13
    
So all of these contacts you are updating are also on the AD, correct? –  brenton Jul 6 '12 at 13:17
    
Yes they are. I download the full address book and it loads for a couple of seconds. No changes. I open some contact which I haven't updated yet, click on update - it is updated. Also the Update button seems to have to do something with "Outlook Social Connector" - see the other screenshot I added? –  Dennis G Jul 6 '12 at 13:21
    
Outlook Social Connector is normal - I have it on my contacts as well. Microsoft Support has an article on offline address books which may be helpful in this situation...it appears you have cached mode turned on (it is by default on the clients) –  brenton Jul 6 '12 at 13:32
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