im using exchange 2010 thanks idan 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?I looked at the connection status and the client is connected but in the Req/Fail column i can see 130/8, so clearly something is not quite right there.I changed the client over to Outlook anywhere configured with Negotiate Auth and to work on both fast and slow networks and all i get is "Trying to Connect".They aren't new tools but are more reliable than in previous versions of Exchange.They are: One change end-users notice is the Scheduling Assistant replaces Auto Pick Next with the Suggested Times pane.
I only found it by connecting to my inbox using when I discovered I couldn’t view it from there either. I’d be interested to know if you find other solutions to this problem, particularly one that involves a tool that scans Exchange Server mailboxes.
I have uncheck Cache mode and it seems to work, but i want cahe mode on.
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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.