Outlook public folder calendar not updating

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But Outlook still shows the folder was last updated more than 15 mins earlier. You can see the Sync Stats for the Inbox folder aren't correct (this is missing recent emails), unless you perform any of the above steps: The Outlook Connection Status appears fine: When Outlook is autoconfigured I noticed that the Send/Receive group is configured like this by default: If I tick the check box for "Include the selected account for this group" Outlook still doesn't update the Inbox unless it's closed and reopened.

It only works properly when Outlook is configured with Cached mode disabled. Steps I've tried (which have all been unsuccessful): Thinking about it, I have once seen the firewall one mentioned above, years and years ago. If there are 2 users, have you tried running them on a different machine on a different network? That would help work out if it's something with the users or the PC/Network.

If you are not sure that you are using hosted exchange please do not follow these steps as incorrectly deleting the Outlook data file may delete your Outlook email permanently.

Public folders in Outlook give you a great place to collect, organize, and share information about particular topics or projects within an organization.

Instead, people can check the folder whenever they want to look for interesting posts.

If you can see the appointments in your shared calendars online then the issue is more than likely due to the cache on your Outlook needing refreshing, here are the steps to fix the problem: Please note.Search only worked if you unchecked the Download shared folders option which switched the folders to online mode, where items were indexed by the server.This also made large public folders slow to use as the contents needs to sync down every time you switched to the folder.This issue was fixed in the in the January 3, 2017, update for Outlook 2016 (KB3141453) for MSI installations.Users with the Click to Run installations (most people) will see the fix soon, if not already.

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