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.
No new mail activities or even download progress on Inbox, but the other folders at least updating upon selecting.
This issue with Microsoft Outlook 2013 and Office 365 will cause IMAP folders to not successfully synchronize, therefore inhibit your ability to receive new mail to your inbox.
There are a few ways to resolve the issue: One option is to remove the recent update that has been pushed out by Microsoft to Outlook 2013 and Office 365 users.
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I’m not sure what is going on, whether people are changing their rules accidently or Outlook/is doing it, but several people needed my help finding missing email and discovered their rules were messed up.
A user wanted to know how to view the calendar in the Outlook app on their smartphone in a monthly view.
While it doesn’t have a traditional full month view, it has day, week, and agenda views, with 2 weeks at the top of the agenda or day view.The complaint goes something like this: My email is not in my Inbox.When I search for them, they are The set of folders cannot be opened. MAPI was unable to load the information service C:\PROGRA~2\COMMON~1\Apple\INTERN~1\An administrator wanted to know if he could set up global safe and blocked lists for distribution to his users.There two options: add domains and addresses to the safe or blocked lists in Exchange admin center or to Outlook using powershell.This is a solution to a very popular question of how to create a Unified Inbox in Outlook 2010. While not quite the same as a true Unified Inbox for all email accounts, it has one advantage a true unified inbox does not offer: a very easy way to filter out the mail you don't want to see in a unified view by adding additional queries to the txt Search line in each macro.