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Subfolder Disappearing in Outlook 2013

Posted on 2014-04-15
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User has an additional mailbox added to their outlook profile of which they have created subfolders under the inbox. after 1 or 2 weeks the created subfolders will disappear. I have checked the exchange server and it shows more total items then what appears in Outlook. Has anyone seen this?
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by:Timothy McCartney
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Do you have outlook configured to cache email to the local workstation? If so, can you try disabling it and see if the folders reappear?
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To configure cached mode in outlook 2013, follow the steps below:

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Click the File tab in the top left of Outlook

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Click the Account Settings drop-down button, then click Account Settings from the list

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Select the mailbox having issues, then click Change

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Uncheck the box that says Use Cached Exchange Mode then click Next

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Click Finish
You may need to restart Outlook after you change the setting above for it to take effect.
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