"Pegasus (MVP)" I am having the same exact problem here, for one of my users, they were on 2000 outlook, i upgraded and removed profile and added it back after installing 2003 and it worked fine.Well this was a very well known issue as the title explains but in my case, the "updating inbox 3.99GB" keeps on repeating to the same state.Look for 9646 events in the application log of the Server technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb676486(EXCHG.80)social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/outlook/thread/…Update 3/18/2014: The fix for this issue has been released and is a part of March 11 2014 update for Outlook 2013. We wanted to make certain that Exchange admins are aware of an Outlook issue which may impact your plans to move to Exchange Server 2013.The Microsoft Exchange Connection Status reveals more about Outlook’s current synching process.Aside from reporting the synching other than folders, you’ll often also see here how the synching for a specific folder is progressing in percentages.When someone sends them a new message then it will not become visible until they click the Inbox. "Pegasus (MVP)" I am having the same exact problem here, for one of my users, they were on 2000 outlook, i upgraded and removed profile and added it back after installing 2003 and it worked fine.My one user it didn't and she is now on outlook 2003 with the same problem.
Testing Exchange 2013 means careful planning of what you are going to test in lab, what you need to test al given scenarios and what is required.I had then tried to remove and add the profile, no changes. Anything in server event logs, is exchange fully patched ?I then uninstalled 2003 and ran the setup again and chose complete install and everything was fine except for the outbox not updating until that folder or another folder or any email message is clicked on. Im suprised nobody else has seen this problem -- rboklewski ------------------------------------------------------------ ------------ rboklewski's Profile: "Pegasus (MVP)" Hi Pegasus Shoulda said in my previous post about Outlook 2002 (wont have cached mode) Therefore I would check the IPconfig /all of a working pc and a non working pc, mainly looking at DNS settings pointing to Server.So i am having some issues with some of my users complaining that they cannot receive any emails. We run a Dovecot Postfix IMAP email server Thanks for any infoare they by chance using outlook 2013. Outlook shows connected, users can also send emails, but for some reason, they cannot receive them. It has a domain controller, two Exchange 2013 servers, a load balancer and two client machines.