Microsoft outlook updating inbox
It may also be helpful posting/reviewing Microsoft's forum for a solution.
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Googleing suggests that an add-in like Google Desktop or MS Search could be causing the problem. Just in case, I have disabled all the build-in add-ins from the trust center, except for VBA, which is required for some auto-updating spreadsheets we use for contact management... 1) Does the user have Google Desktop Search installed?
If so, disable the outlook add-in and restart Outlook. 3) A farfetched answer I've heard is that the user must be a participant in the Customer Experience Improvement Program.
If he changes to another folder and then comes back to the inbox, the messages show up immediately.
Environment His is large (~2.2GB), though we have many other users with files bigger without this trouble.
When I booted my PC yesterday my inbox on Outlook 2013 is empty and not populating. It provides additional solutions such as uninstalling the recent updates (KB2837618 or KB2837643), or Changing the root folder path.
Close Outlook, open Word, click the office button, click Word Options, click Trust Center, click Trust Center Options, click Privacy Options, and select the option for the Customer Experience Improvement Program (4th option). I've seen similar problems in the past arise from the use of the "Used Cached Exchange Mode" setting.You can find the checkbox for that on the Account Settings/Microsoft Exchange Settings page in the Outlook config.