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I'm testing making changes to a mailbox that is synced between AD and Office365. During changes updates are not reflected back. I'm prompted that the replication with AD Connect has to occur. I wait and go back but never see the change reflected in the web interface. If I go to the console I can see the change.

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Hello,

As Adaxes Administration Console reflects the recent changes, most probably the Web Interface page displays cached data. Please, refresh the page via Ctrl+F5 to clear the cache and check whether the issue persists.

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