Outlook cached exchange mode not updating
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Multiple users have been receiving the following error: "The Microsoft Exchange Administrator has made a change that requires you quit and restart Outlook" No change has been made recently, and the error remains even after restarting Outlook.There two options: add domains and addresses to the safe or blocked lists in Exchange admin center or to Outlook using powershell.Outlook 2016 users are discovering that after updating to builds 7870.2020 and higher, search stops working for POP accounts and PST files.There are many reports of this problem out there, but after looking at many none of the solutions work for us or don't apply. -Changed several settings in Outlook such as encryption, cache mode, and NTLM authentication.
Some common fixes that I've already looked into or tried: -Many say this happens when you move public folders, but that hasn't been done. -Also applied a hotfix from Microsoft that was linked in a technet article, no luck though. At first I thought this was a client side issue since only one person was getting it, but now around 3 people receive this error when trying to use Outlook.
Hopefully there is some step or solution out there that I just haven't discovered yet.