Right-click the folder, and then click Properties to check your permissions for the folder.
The command for the manual update procedure can be found here: Outlook will automatically download updates only unless the size of the changes is larger than 12.5% (one-eighth) of the total OAB size.
In that case the whole OAB is being downloaded again.
Even though Outlook is the last in the chain, it is often the first level where the troubleshooting takes place as usually this is where the request is coming from.
And since this website’s main focus is on Outlook, it makes sense to start with Outlook as well ;-).
Sometimes my move action is followed with the error:“Cannot copy the items.
You don’t have permission to create an entry in this folder.
I can't confirm if it does this with Android devices also as I don't have one handy to test with.
Not sure if there is something in Exchange I have to do to make a device redetect it's server settings or if this is just a behavior of i OS (in this case 8.1.2)Any ideas?
Due to various synching schedules, it can take up to 48 hours before you could actually see a change in Outlook after a modification has been made on the Exchange server or in Active Directory.
In this guide, the relevant timings are explained and instructions are given in how you can directly force an update and resync, which can be very handy when troubleshooting or when you work in an Exchange environment which sees a lot of user mailbox mutations.
This account is enabled for Lync 2013 (unlike the test accounts) but other than that, I can't think of any differences. Hmm, OWA seems to be out of commission (more on that below).