Update folder manually for syncing

I am using Outlook 2016 and Exchange 2013.  My main outlook account works and syncs properly, but another user has his mailbox and everything share with me.  I have everything shared with editor permissions.  I can make additions to this person's calendar, but they do not sync with their end until I go up and manual click "update folder".  Also the inbox and sent folder do not sync unless I click them specifically and then go to "Update Folder".  Anytime I click "update folder" the folder that I am highlighting syncs.  Why isn't everything just syncing automatically like everything does on my regular account.
jabbmanAsked:
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Andrej PirmanCommented:
Don't know the reason, but I'd give a try by rebuilding .ost file of this user's account. Or even your .ost file...might be one of them corrupted. Simply delete .ost file and let Outlook rebuild new one from Exchange.

Also you might check if this symptom occurs in "cached" and "non-cached" mode (under outlook account properties)
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jabbmanAuthor Commented:
It ended up being a cache issue.  When I turned off local caching everything was fine.
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