The users are Personal Assistants to 3 different senior managers and have access to those mailboxes and another generic rarely used contact-us mailbox.We are using outlook 2010 with exchange cached mode.They also need to click update folder to get one of the managers calendar to update the contents.All 3 managers mailboxes and the other 2 calendars update without issue.The user receives emails immediately for 3 of the managers mailboxes(including the 5GB one) but not her own mailbox The issue is obviously with the 5GB mailbox as when it's removed everything works fine.-Why would the users own mailbox and one managers calendar not update as opposed to the 5gb or other mailboxes/calendars?This message doesn't mean that the mail server doesn't support encryption, it just means Outlook's Auto Account Setup can't determine the correct settings to use.
You can, however, schedule Microsoft Outlook to automatically perform a send/receive operation at regular intervals. in English literature from Valencia College and is completing a B. in computer science at the University of Central Florida.
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Some users are having issues with their mailboxes not updating automatically, they need to click update folder every couple of minutes, send and receive doesn't work either for their mailboxes.
This is only effecting 1 user out of 5 and the other 4 aren't having any issues and all 5 machines are configured the same.
When you start Microsoft Outlook, the program automatically downloads new messages from the server associated with your email account. Selecting the "Send/Receive All Folders" option on the Send/Recieve tab instructs Outlook to download new data from the server, but clicking the command each time to refresh the inbox can be inconvenient and not possible when away from your desk.