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You don’t need to customize Cached Exchange Mode if you don’t want to, though—the default settings are appropriate for most organizations.

This file is up to 40 percent smaller than the ones created by earlier versions of Outlook.

If you use the OCT, users will be able to change the settings later in the Outlook Change Account dialog box.

Before you start deployment, review Plan a Cached Exchange Mode deployment in Outlook 2013 and Office Customization Tool (OCT) reference for Office 2013 to determine which settings beyond the default ones you might need to configure for Cached Exchange Mode.

Outlook 2013 caches items in the background to prepare for offline use without affecting the user experience.