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stuck on updating inbox (1B)

Posted on 2013-06-09
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hi,
im trying to configure my exchange  account on outlook 2010.
it finished to download all of my emails to all the folders except the inbox,
it look like the download its still in progress but i cant get the new e-mails .
the message on bottom of the outlook is :"updating inbox (1B)"
i tried to create new profile and it happened again.
im using exchange 2010

thanks

idan
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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Are there a lot of mails in your inbox, did you wait long enough for it to download all messages? Have a look at the networking tab of your task manager, can you see a steady network load there? (providing you don't have any other bandwith consuming programs running)
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by:siltech
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yes there is a lot of emails and i have been waiting for few hours.
there is not any network load in networking tab and there aren’t any other software running
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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The (1B) means that it's updating, one byte. This is weird.

Can you try starting Outlook with disabled cached exchange mode?
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by:siltech
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when i disabled the cache exchange mode i look like it is working
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by:Gerwin Jansen, EE MVE
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Ok, looks promising, can you swith to enabled cache mode again and verify if it is working?
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by:MikeKAtLCS
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Can you verify that you have enough disk space on the workstations hard drive to cache your exchange email?
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there was enough disk space
weirdest thing... the issue has been resolved after a few days on its own
thank you all
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the issue has been resolved on its own
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