Outlook stuck updating cached messages
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To do that, follow these steps: Solution 3 – Disable / uninstall Outlook add-ons According to users, this problem can appear if you open a certain email message while it’s located in the Outbox folder.
This message will be marked as read and it won’t be send.
Here is the typical path for Win Vista and Win7: drive:\Users\user\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Outl ook If it does turn out that this is the problem, the best thing you could do is to archive your email.
Be forewarned that if you have a hotmail account, it uses an file as well.
You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and Tech Net forums.
You can do this by either closing outlook, wait for about 30 seconds, then go to your folder where the file is and simply rename it to something like 1234and then restart outlook, OR you can disable caching mode, and rename the file (see above) and then enable caching mode.
Once your computer connects to the Exchange server, it will start to build this file again.
The main Outlook 2011 email window will appear on screen.
When it does, continue at If you’ve preveiously set up email accounts in Outlook 2011. Your incoming mail server is mail.(your domain name).
Does anyone know a parameter than can be set so that when I first logon for the day, my Outlook 2007 SP2 does not 'hang'? I ask because I know there is a maximum that can be set of, say 300, for newsgroup messages.