Outlook 2016 public folder not updating
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.Check out this article: Resolve Outlook for Windows issues with automated troubleshooting tools Earlier this year we introduced the new Outlook.com, which helps you focus on what matters, collaborate effortlessly, and get more done.
For issues that are not covered on this page, we have multiple tools to help you automatically diagnose and fix a range of Outlook problems.While you can’t directly change the sync order, you can still influence it by selecting the folder that you want to have synched.Once Outlook is started and the cache has been updated, the synchronization is taking place based on timers and not on folders. Note 1: When Outlook is placed in “Work Offline” mode and you initiate a manual send/receive (keyboard shortcut F9), the currently selected folder does not have an affect on the synching order.I found this issue would only happen on Windows Vista and Windows 7.I found that it was a problem with the TCP Auto Tuning, apparently this problem occurs if a network hardware device, such as a router, does not support TCP Window Scaling.disabled: This setting as used above uses a fixed value for tcp. highlyrestricted: This setting allows the receive window to increase beyond its default value by a small amount only normal: default value, allows the receive window to grow to accommodate most conditions experimental: This is for extreme situations only where the TCP value cuold be huge.