Outlook public folders not updating


13-Apr-2019 02:43

My one user it didn't and she is now on outlook 2003 with the same problem.-- rboklewski ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------ rboklewski's Profile: t=1230908 Posted from - also have 1 other user like this, have no clue what it might be.In the mean time, it’s good to make a backup of your Navigation Pane settings which includes the Favorite Folders as well.They are kept in an xml-file named after your mail profile.The first thing that you should do when this happens is to close Outlook and start it again with the If this doesn’t solve it and your newly created Favorite Folders are still deleted upon restarting Outlook, then it could be that Outlook doesn’t properly close so it can’t save your Favorite Folders list either.To determine if you are having any shutdown issues with Outlook, see this guide.

When someone sends them a new message then it will not become visible until they click the Inbox. "Pegasus (MVP)" I am having the same exact problem here, for one of my users, they were on 2000 outlook, i upgraded and removed profile and added it back after installing 2003 and it worked fine.

Here's a trick for appointments: If the public folder has an e-mail address, open the Properties dialog for the folder, choose Add to Contacts, you can simply invite a public folder calendar to a meeting.

Also, don't forget that for offline use, you can drag any public folder to Public Folders/Favorites and set the Favorites copy to synchronize.

I then uninstalled 2003 and ran the setup again and chose complete install and everything was fine except for the outbox not updating until that folder or another folder or any email message is clicked on. Im suprised nobody else has seen this problem -- rboklewski ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------ rboklewski's Profile: "Pegasus (MVP)" Hi Pegasus Shoulda said in my previous post about Outlook 2002 (wont have cached mode) Therefore I would check the IPconfig /all of a working pc and a non working pc, mainly looking at DNS settings pointing to Server.

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