The new contents such as emails, contacts, calendar items, tasks, notes and others are not updated and not downloaded even though user manually select “update folder” in order to pull the new data.But user can login to OWA (Outlook Web Access) or to continue to access the missing email messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, journal entries, notes, posted items, and documents.If you try to delete or move a large number of messages at once, Outlook can appear to hang, but really, it's working behind the scenes. If Outlook is performing some operation on hundreds or thousands of messages at once, it might appear to be stuck.Give Outlook a few minutes to finish the process and it should start to work again.First open exchange EMC and see that the databases are mounted.Also open the exchange queue viewer under toolbox in EMC. Also dumb thing to check, is there enough space left in your drives for exchange?also manually restart the information store service!hen using Microsoft Outlook client to access Exchange mailboxes and Inbox, the Outlook does not actually update the all mailboxes and Inbox folder.
Cached Exchange Mode was first introduced in Office Outlook 2003 to utilize a local copy of your mailbox, at the same time, maintaining an online connection to a remote copy in Exchange Server.
And somehow, it had updated up to 15K and now nothing happens. It appears like what @RDrast has already pointed out.
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.
No new mail activities or even download progress on Inbox, but the other folders at least updating upon selecting.
I can see about 23K mails when I check the synchronization through the inbox properties.