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two problems with Outlook and Exchange

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In my Outlook only (the rest of the office is fine).... I need to click Send/Receive to send or receive email from the Exchange Server and I cannot expand Public Folders.

I did remove outlook and reinstall.
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Dufo G. Belski earned 2000 total points
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Just a guess.  Click on Tools, Email Accounts, View existing... and click Next, then Change.  Make sure "Use cached mode" is not checked.
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Okay...that removed the problems. Thanks.

Then turned it back on and it still works.
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