I’m using Outlook in Cached Exchange Mode so I can read my emails while off-line.
I’ve also got access to additional mailboxes and shared mail folders but these are only available when on-line. Support for caching shared folders with Cached Exchange Mode depends on your version of Outlook.
I have never figured out why it has become so acceptable to send such large attachments. Our industry happens to be aircraft sales but the same scenario could exist in Real Estate, automobiles, yachts or any business that needs to send lots of photos back and forth. The executive will work all day on the office computer, log off and then work all evening on the home office computer.
The executive in question also uses multiple computers - one in the office and one in the home office, both on the East Coast of the U. Both his computers are configured to get his email from our Exchange Server on the West Coast of the U. The complaint is that it will sometimes take hours for synchronization of the offline folders to take place when first firing up one or the other to check his email.
I hope I can get these messages simply by logging on via OWA on my old PC, creating a new folder, moving the Inbox messages into it, then DL'ing via Outlook on my new PC and sorting however I want.
, the following was asked; In which order does Outlook synchronize the folder when it is configured in Cached Exchange Mode? There is indeed a specific order in which Outlook synchronizes the folders when you are connecting to an Exchange server with Cached Exchange Mode enabled.
The only thing I noticed different about the settings is that on my old PC, in the mail account settings, the "user name" resolved to "[Firstname] [Lastname]" of my domain account - e.g.
"John Smith" - while on my new PC it resolves to my email address, e.g. Does this raise any flags for why the Inbox issue might be occurring.
But after installing Windows XP SP2 my (offsite) Outlook client spontaneously stopped being able to connect.
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