Outlook hangs on updating inbox
Rebooting, deleting the OST and/or mail profile does not have any effect.The one workaround that somewhat strangely works consistently is logging out of the users Windows profile, logging in to another profile, opening Outlook (which works fine), then logging back into the original user's profile.• Restart your Outlook and see if that clears things up.We recently migrated from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2013.Depending on your email account settings, the amount of Outlook data, and several other reasons, the synchronization process may run into troubles that lead to Microsoft Outlook to hang or slow down. Glance through the steps below that help you to fix sync issues in your Microsoft Outlook Before going with any steps, first, check if the sync issues occur between your Microsoft Exchange Server (MES) mailbox and the OST (offline folder) file, i.e. While doing this, instead of synchronizing you lose emails then, you can click on, recover lost emails in Outlook quickly. Fix your OST file If this fails to solve the issue then your OST file may be corrupt.
For permanent solution, please update your e Way-CRM to version 184.108.40.206 or later.
Synchronization is a built-in process in Microsoft Outlook that happens regularly whenever the PST files or OST file gets updated.
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.
If it happens to you, here's what to do (Outlook 2003, 2007): • Go to Tools Mail Setup. (Call them if you don''t know what it is.) • Close Outlook.• Log into your email account on the web (webmail).
• Find the email that has the enormous attachment (or is causing a problem for any other reason), and move it out of the inbox folder to another folder (make a storage folder in your webmail if you don't already have one). It does not pull emails that are in other webmail folders.• If you want to download the attachment, open the email in webmail and download the attachment to your computer from there.
The migration went relatively smoothly, but I am running into an issue where a few people are having intermittent Outlook 2010 client connectivity issues.