Outlook 2007 problems

Posted on 2011-10-19
Last Modified: 2013-02-16
I have  small network SBS 2008 + 15 workstations.
The last two week user has a  problem with Outlook 2007.
In the morning whet the outlook start there is no emails in InBox.
When you click Send/Receive nothing happens. When user after two hours closed and reopened Outlook hi gets all emails from yesterday evening in the InBox.
There is no problem with network, I mean the shares on sbs are always accessible, Internet is working. User has administrator rights and has 8 mailboxes of another users open. When an email arrives to one of 8 mailbox the user can see ths email directly.
Any ideas?
Question by:Ravakl
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    Accepted Solution

    Seems some issues with the local Outlook.

    Need to check the below points.
    * At the time while this users is facing an issue, Check if OWA works.
    * Try creating a new outlook profile on the same system and see if it works
    * Try creating a new outlook profile on a different system and see if it works

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    Author Comment

    I will ask user to check it

    Do you mean with a new outlook profile: delete email account in outlook and recreate it again?


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