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It will update when I start in the morning but last email will be like 9 am & will not update again unless it wants to.I have reconnected, shut down outlook, & can not get it to work.Hello all, I have Exchange 2010 and all my users are working in Outlook 2010.A user who had been using Office 2007 until 3 days ago is trying to acces his Outlook 2010 after the upgrade that I did (before he was working under Windows XP with Outlook 2007 and now he is working under Windows 7 Ultimate and Office 2010).Does anybody have any ideas on what i could do....? Sometimes messages do not automatically show up in my Inbox.The message will automatically be moved to your inbox. You can also sweep unwanted email from your inbox or archive folders.Sweep lets you automatically delete all incoming email from a particular sender, keep only the latest message from that sender, or delete email from that sender that's older than 10 days.
I am at the point where I check my cellphone for new mail and then search for it on my laptop in order to respond. If the message never arrived, there are several things you can do to try to fix the problem: In your folder list, choose the Junk Email folder and look for the missing email.If there are messages that shouldn't have been marked as junk, right-click each email and then choose Mark as not junk.I have no other issues on the other 100 machines using Outlook anywhere or RPC. Tested the connection back to my sharepoint server and all works fine, just the exchange server is denies the connection on any IIS page. The Machine had some weird malware on it a few weeks prior to this commencing that was preventing wireless networks connecting. I have tested RPC ping using the command below and all i get is a hang and it does not display any results except "RPCPing Set Activity ID " using rpcping -t ncacn_http -o Rpc Proxy=myserver.local I have found a temp work around that if i change the IP address to anything else it will work for 2 weeks or so then come back again.I advised the user to use OWA while i try and figure out what is going on... Check DNS and all is correct, can ping and all resolves correct. Also if i reboot my exchange server it starts working again for a short time. Normally i would have wiped the machine and started again but my issue is the machine is 500km away and to ship it to my office and back the turnaround would be too long for the user as it has some business software that requires daily use.
I find out that I have missed messages when I sign out and sign back in.