Outlok 2016 updating local

26-Jun-2019 12:34 by 4 Comments

Outlok 2016 updating local

I do not have access to any of the Exchange settings as I'm a contractor tapping into my client's server and have no 'rights' in the organisation.

For this you have to first rename the old OST file, create a new one and then synchronize new file with the Microsoft Exchange Server mailbox. By creating the new OST file the errors might be fixed, but what about your data? Now, specify the location of the corrupt OST that’s it, the tool will perform the entire repair process and gives you a healthy OST file, with data intact.There's also some general performance limitations with cached mode ( 100k items in a single folder) that could come into play.This goes into more details:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2768656https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3115602 run into this issue with one customer for a long time.But, I moved them to O365 and that's simply not an option.I talked to them about reducing folder count in general, due to being over the 500 folder count but that still would not resolve the issue of the mailbox not updating for the 7 users. To add the additional mailbox as additional accounts in the outlook profile. This works because an actual account in Outlook doesn't make tons of different MAPI connections like cached mode does for additional mailboxes.Since you can't control these server limits in O365 (but you can if this was on-prem), you're going to need to implement a workaround.

When in cached mode, Outlook opens 1 connection for every folder in the additional mailboxes.

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.

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.

Does anyone else have an issue with larger shared mailboxes (even those only about 2GB in size) not automatically updating for users?