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Here are the steps involved with the server side configuration: Import-Recipient Data Property -Identity (username) -Picture -File Data ([Byte[$(Get-Content -Path "\\server\share\" -Encoding byte -Read Count 0)) Note: Here is a link to a script to perform this in bulk.Organizations should plan how modifying the Offline Address Book (OAB) will impact network traffic.

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Here are the steps involved with the server side configuration: Import-Recipient Data Property -Identity (username) -Picture -File Data ([Byte[]]$(Get-Content -Path "\\server\share\" -Encoding byte -Read Count 0)) Note: Here is a link to a script to perform this in bulk.

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We were working on importing some employee data into AD yesterday (including mobile numbers) and we incorrectly thought that the mobile attribute was turned off in Azure Sync.

The preferred method is for a server administrator to upload photos into Active Directory, and the Global Address List can then synchronize those changes.

If users are working in cached mode, then there is an additional step to modify the Offline Address Book (OAB) to include the photo, because otherwise it only includes a pointer to the photo.

Clients only download the OAB once a day by default, or when Outlook is restarted - that behaviour cannot be changed.

Your only option is to force a download via the Send/Receive menu.

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