Outlok 2016 updating local unintimidating
The other shared mailboxes are fine, but they're only about 100-300MB each.
I talked to Microsoft and they basically said -- yeah, that can happen sometimes and we don't have a reason why. Edit: I should mention that if the user closes Outlook 2010 and then opens it up again the mailbox updates.
OST file if there's local data that's not on the server. OST is an exact duplicate of what's on the Exchange server, delete/move the .
OST and let it recreate itself.https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2526306https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/983036There is an issue with cached mode when using secondary mailboxes in Outlook (shared or regular user mailboxes) that's related to maximum limits defined on the server.
When they had mail on-prem I just turned off shared folder caching.
That is as and when the Outlook sends and receives emails or any other folder is updated, simultaneously it even updates the Exchange Server about these changes.
For example, when you edit, delete, send or receive an email in Microsoft Outlook, the changes will also be updated on the Microsoft Exchange Server.
Probably a faint hope but does anyone have any ideas?
Synchronization is a built-in process in Microsoft Outlook that happens regularly whenever the PST files or OST file gets updated.