I already tried deleting the ost and it recreates the cache with emails three weeks and older for the user who's had the issue for a little over two weeks. When I turn cached off and restart outlook all emails appear. I tried running the OST repair tool on the other user's system ans it popped up multiple syncronization issues, however they needed manual fixes and they contained links to Microsoft pages that do not exist or have been moved. Do I need to do anything else while it's disabled or should that stop the issue?As I said before we have over 50 other people connecting without issue to the server.Once those emails were deleted the issue disappeared. In Outlook look in the "Synch Issues" folder on said computer.There will be a message with the name of the offending email.The main issue I forsee is anyone trying to send him/her an email in between the time you create the pst and the time you recreate the email box.
If I turn off the caching and restart outlook it shows emails up to date.
Two users on my network have stopped receiving emails into their inbox on their laptops. The first person had the issue begin two weeks ago, the second has started today.
We're running Outlook 2003 in cached mode on both devices.
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