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Outlook shows "Working Offline".

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I open up my Outlook 2013 and it keeps saying it is in "Working Offline" at the bottom.  

The computer is in the LAN.  OWA is working.

Please advise where I should check.

Thanks.
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Click on send/receive tab and click on 'Work Offline' - see if that helps
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On the ribbon, go to the Send/Receive tab - the Work Offline button will show as activated. Click the Work Offline button to de-activate it.
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