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Hello, We have an Active Directory domain (2012 R2 functional level) with a fully patched Exchange 2013 server on Windows 2012 R2.
When users change their passwords from Windows (running a combo of Windows 7/8.1/10 and Outlook 2010/2013 in cached Exchange mode), their password in Credential Manager does not update automatically, and therefore get prompted for their password every time it's opened until they go into Credential Manager and remove the old password.
If you decide to configure Cached Exchange Mode using the OCT, start with the OCT reference.
To download the Outlook 2013 administrative templates, see Office 2013 Administrative Template files (ADMX/ADML) and Office Customization Tool.
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Summary: Configure Outlook 2013 for Cached Exchange Mode so users can access their recent Exchange server email messages offline.
If you do not specify a different file location, Outlook creates an file in the default location when users start Outlook in Cached Exchange Mode.
By default, when Outlook 2013 is installed, a new compressed version of the file is created.
Sync Slider (the Mail to keep offline slider in the Outlook 2013 Server Settings dialog box) and Exchange Fast Access are two new features that are available by default with Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2013.
Exchange Fast Access combines the instant-access of Online Mode with the offline capabilities and syncing robustness of Cached Exchange Mode, specifically in scenarios when syncing data locally would take enough time to be noticed by the user (for example, initial sync, resume, returning from vacation).
When you first start Outlook 2013, you immediately see your most recent email messages and a completely up-to-date calendar.