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When I try to kill the process, and restart, it keeps getting stuck at "updating cached messages (250/xxxx)". I have to kill and restart a few times (today has been more than 10, hence this message), and then on one of these tries, it seems to get over the hurdle and I am able to use it. I use IMAP type account on our organization's server, managed by a dedicated group of network operations specialists. However, working with Outlook has been continual frustration over the last few months with Outlook.
This usable period lasts for a few days/couple of weeks, and then I am back to the same kill/restart/kill/restart routine to get it going. I receive a lot of email, and I write a lot of email.
All the results you will find on Google to this question are bogus, except for this one now. The “workarounds” are useless and do not solve anything.
You also can’t search the message in the Exchange trace tool by the id listed in the Event log. A client of mine was using using Outlook 2007 connecting to an SBS 2003 server will all service packs.
I can’t figure out how to get my crontab reports sent to root, but they do go into so that the mail I send is threaded along with the mail I receive (yaay, like Gmail), but somehow there seems to be simply no way of getting Gmail to give me, through POP, those messages I send using an external client.
(Of course, if I were in the habit of moving mail to my mbox, I could fcc to mbox too.) Apart from that, it works fine!
Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.Creating a New EWS Account In the "Create New Account" window input your email address and the password for your Exchange account, select "Exchange Web Services" from the dropdown menu and click "Next". will use the Exchange autodiscover service to automatically get setup information from your Exchange server. does not find the Exchange web services endpoint (the “Exchange Server Endpoint” field remains empty), you can: Or like this: (UPN based login) On the 1st screenshot EWS is accessed by domain name followed by a backslash (\) and logon name. All endpoints found will be added to the dropdown menu.If your Exchange server is configured properly, The Bat! On 2nd screenshot EWS is accessed by UPN: logon name followed by the "@" symbol and the domain name. Animation will be active while searching is in progress.My Outlook 2007 on one of these occasions gave me a message blaming integration with Onenote, and it removed the icon that integrated it with Onenote. I cannot figure out how to restore the Onenote icon, and the periodic freeze and getting stuck at cached message 250 has not gone away. Outlook is seemingly not designed for heavy email use - when my number of messages in the inbox start to approach 2000 - this is when these problems occur on a regular basis.I currently have about 1770 or so messages and it seems Outlook cannot handle this number. I was able to get to emails, but after a few minutes, freezes again. I wonder if have seen this issue reported elsewhere - and if you can point me to a solution. Hi Diane, The problem does not lie with the 250th message specifically. If you kill Outlook and open it again it then hangs at "updating cached messages (500/1700)" and so on until you finally manage to update all the headers.