You've worked with OWA and OL online mode and it works fine.
Questions: == Thanks everyone for your input on this.
I Browsed through the mail folders and discovered that there was a lot of conflicts.
I archived them off to a pst, then closed and opened outlook. Im thinking that the might have been a corrupt email in there somewhere.
But generally, if send/receive group in your Outlook is broken or affected, then it leads to long Outlook send/receive time intervals.
Don’t be tensed if Outlook automatic send receive is not working in your Outlook 2010.
along with contacts, calendar items, notes, journals and more in few steps.
Along with repairing PST file when Outlook not receiving emails automatically in 2010, one can also fix PST file after Outlook 2010 failed to update headers error, Outlook synchronization error, MAPI was unable to load error and other logical errors in Outlook 2010.
AFAIK, the OST file gets stored in the users profile, and subsequently, if you have quotas in place, it could be that the user is reaching his/her limit.
Managing email signatures in Office 365 can be a challenging task if you don't have the right tool.
Dear Experts, I have an exchange 2010 server and an outlook 2010 client. reinstall outlook itself and take a backup of the mailbox once reinstalled, only open the pst backup rather than connect directly to the exchange so that you can confirm outlook itself is working with no hidden popups or messages then re-create the profile for the user and sync their email etc What file system type is Outlook running on? Also, if you are running Windows 7 (not sure about previous versions), then the local machine ALSO has it's own limits on user profile sizes even if the domain doesn't.
recently, whenever outlook is open, the status bar says "updating inbox (3.99GB)" . So far I have: - deleted the ost file and let it rebuild - disabled all add-ons for Outlook - removed the outlook profile completely and let everything rebuild - taken a brand new laptop and setup it all up from scratch - disabled the AV on exchange server and client pc None of the above steps changed anything. Windows 7 pro x64, NTFS and theres no local quotas. I've googled around a bit and others have posted the EXACT same issue on other forums but no real answers have been found.
To be exact, I have created a new profile and kept it to download but still the problem persists. I can assure there's no issue as other users are able to communicate without any issues. If you feel the issue is not resolving itself I would recommend checking out the Outlook Support and Recovery Assistant Here: https://configure.office.com/sara/Setup Consider changing how much email you are downloading as well to keep offline.