Outlook updating inbox long time Ass chat
Outlook currently checks for new emails with intervals of 30 minutes which doesn’t really work for me.I’d like to increase this frequency to every 5 minutes but I can’t find out how to do it.This just dictates how much, by age, e-mail is kept in an inbox at any given time.
Below are some of the steps we have found to improve client performance in Office 365 (Exchange Online) for many of the cases we observed.Soulution(s): There is a way to cut down how much information is synced and kept current in inboxes inside Outlook at any given time, User Cached Exchange Mode.This does not prevent users from getting older information, there will be a ‘retrieve from server’ at the bottom of searches or the folder if more messages exist.But obviously that single-folder filing approach could make you more prone to reaching the Exchange single-folder item countlimit (again, if using an old Exchange server); any one folder loaded with lots of items, like the Processed Mail folder, can cause the problem. According to that article, if you have Exchange Server 2003 or 2000, the limit will be somewhere around 2,500 to 5,000 items in one folder.It’s a bit ironic that a filing best-practice that will make you more productive could lead to a technical server issue. That’s not a lot of mail and so that number will be easy to reach if your company is using those older versions of Exchange and you are filing a lot of mail in one folder. Links at the bottom of the article I referenced above lead to other articles that state their limits.