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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.Something wrong with Schema update or did you mess up the infrastructure.However you can also refer to the following resources for some additional real-world advice: Here is an example migration for the Exchange Server Pro organization, to show you what the end to end process looks like.The public folder migration scripts have been downloaded and saved to a server that has the Exchange 2010 management tools installed.When this occurs, you'll need to use MFCMAPI to delete the folders.As discussed in a past article the Address Book Normalization process of OCS is a barely-documented and often misunderstood process.In the past long, complicated regular expressions (regex) were required to filter-out any non-digit information which could be potentially stored in the telephone field.But now Lync Server automatically ignores non-telephony related digits in the strings and only looks at the continuous 0-9 numerical digits (and also recognizes the symbol).
In most cases, you won't have a problem until you exceed approximately 1,000 folders, or a gigabyte of space is used.
You have two options to avoid this problem: either disable the Download Public Folder Favorites option, or keep the number of cached public folders favorites under 1,000 (or low enough to avoid the error message.) .
You can typically reduce the number of public folder favorites by deleting them by using the Outlook client.
As a general best practice the format should be pretty uniform among all AD users and contacts but if they are not then multiple rules can be added to match and normalize various numbering formats.
By default normalization is already enabled in Lync Server which can be verified by the viewing the Lync Server’s current Address Book configuration.
Outlook works fine for a little bit (5-10 minutes) before users start getting this error: Task 'Microsoft Exchange' reported error (0x8007000E) : 'Out of memory or system resources. There is not enough memory available to perform the operation.