Thirty percent more of us worship our women’s backsides compared to other ethnicities as well, which is more of a no-brainer.(There aren’t exactly any Asian versions of bootylicious , is in the area of fidelity. Most men said there’s no celebrity lover they’d rather have sex with than their own wives.
Depending on the number of users and sizes of thumbnail photos uploaded, this would add significant bulk to the OAB.
Test this scenario thoroughly in a lab environment— chances are you may not want to provide the GAL photo bliss to offline clients in this manner.
Storing thumbnails for 10,000 users would take close to 100 Mb, and it's data that doesn't change frequently.
Note: The recommended thumbnail photo size in pixels is 96x96 pixels.
Over the years, displaying recipient photographs in the Global Address List (GAL) has been a frequently-requested feature, high on the wish lists of many Exchange folks.
Particularly in large organizations or geographically dispersed teams, it's great to be able to put a face to a name for people you've never met or don't frequently have face time with.
A few years ago, an unnamed IT person wrote of the said IT person.
Luckily, you won't need to turn to your alter-ego to do this.
Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010 make this task a snap, with help from Active Directory. The first question most IT folks would want to ask is— What's importing all those photos going to do to the size of my Active Directory database?
And how much Active Directory replication traffic will this generate?
Fantasy has its place, but I don’t know Janet personally. Monogamy is not the Black man’s strong suit if almost half of us find it impossible to even picture being faithful.