Outlook 2010 is connected to Exchange but not automatically updating.
Within Outlook, Send and recieve is set to immediatley. Checked the 'Disable send and recieve' option is turned off.
Tested the users profile on another machine and Outlook updates correctly, so I presume it's a local profile issue.
Tried rebuilding the Outlook profile on the affected machine and still the same issue.
The users believes the problem occured after configuring iPhone, has anyone else experienced this? Also it doesn't seem likely since it works fine on a seperate test machine.
Any help much appreciated.
1. Check whether the 'autodiscovery' is working fine. (Cntrl+click outlook icon on taskbar and select 'Test email autoconfiguration')
2. Try ping to cas array (CAS) configured at outlook
3. Check for any network/antivirus/firewall issue which prevents the machine to connect to the exchange server
4. Login the machine as a different user and configure outlook profile
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Glad to hear that you get the work around for your issue.
Per your first post, there is no issue if use other test machine to configure the outlook profile for the account, right?
If so, it is mostly like the client end issue.
I would suggest that you could adelte the outlook and related registry, and install outlook freshly, and then make some tests.
Please confirm how many users have the issue, all or just some users.
Please also update the outlook with the latest version, refer to below
Per my know, seems the old version could cause the issue.
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I had the same issue with my corporate account for few days. Our IT support resolved the issue by creating a new "profile". It seems that .ost file on my computer was somehow corrupted and creating a new profile forced the Outlook to create a brand new .ost file, free from the problems.