The Exchange team blog article OAB in Exchange Server 2013 introduced the new Offline Address Book (OAB) generation and distribution architecture in Exchange Server 2013. Take a few moments to visit the article if you haven’t seen it yet or re-visit it for a quick refresher.

The OAB management and administration is different in Exchange 2013 because of architecture changes. Additionally, the new Exchange Admin Center does not currently have options for managing OABs. This means that, at this time, you will need to use Exchange Management Shell for OAB-related tasks.

This article takes you through commonly performed tasks in OAB administration and has a couple of real life scenarios to help understand the tasks better.

Read the complete blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2013/01/14/managing-oab-in-exchange-server-2013.aspx

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