Once Outlook is started and the cache has been updated, the synchronization is taking place based on timers and not on folders. Note 1: When Outlook is placed in “Work Offline” mode and you initiate a manual send/receive (keyboard shortcut F9), the currently selected folder does not have an affect on the synching order.
So if this is a non-default folder, it will be treated as a “User-created folder”.
Then I went to Microsoft’s own “What’s new in Outlook 2013 Preview” page, where I discovered the same comment about new OST files being 40% smaller.
But then I read all about “By default, if Cached Exchange Mode is enabled, Outlook 2013 Preview will only cache email messages from the last 12 months and remove anything older than 12 months from the local cache.
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.
One of the senior managers has a 5GB mailbox, the others are 1GB or less.
Complete a brief survey to get a complimentary 70-page whitepaper featuring the best methods and solutions for your virtual environment, as well as hypervisor-specific management advice from Tech Target experts. When I wrote about my initial experiences of Outlook 2013 Preview on July 24, I remarked that the installation of Outlook 2013 forced a recreation of my Offline Storage file (OST).The new OST was much smaller than the older version used by Outlook 2010, a fact that seemed to be a good thing at the time even if the creation of OSTs en masse might generate a resource consumption problem for servers if you deployed Outlook 2013 to multiple users at one time.has long been a good source of information about Outlook.Its piece on “All you need to know about Outlook 2013 Preview” said that Outlook 2013 uses a new compressed format for the OST which results in files up to 40% smaller than before. We have the following setup: Big Hyper-V machine hosting the servers as VM's VM for CAS: WEB. XXX.local Servers are running Server 2008 R2 with Exchange 2010 SP1 Clients are all running Windows 7 Pro x64 with Outlook 2010 x64 The problem we're having is that nobody is able to see any emails received today (16th of October), but they are able to send externally.