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Here's the rundown: Issue:- Inbound email does not appear in Outlook Inbox although it arrives in cell phone and shows up in OWA.- Outbound email stays in Outlook Outbox.- Inbox/Outbox updates after restarting Outlook or changing to Work Offline then back to Online.
Send/Receive has no effect.- 25 out of ~150 users experience this issue, from multiple remote sites, no one at HQ is affected.- Issue is sporadic, it may happen 3 times in 2 days and then no issue for a week.
To do this, hold CTRL when clicking on the Outlook icon in the Notification Area and then select Connection Status…Is there any way to get Outlook to sync or download these emails again?Corruptions in the cache are rare (especially for Exchange based accounts) but can still happen under various circumstances like an unexpected shutdown or crash of your computer or Outlook.Background:- Hub and Spoke network architecture, HQ is the hub with 28 remote offices connecting to HQ.- Exchange 2013 at most recent patch level, 2 cas and 2 mbx.- Office 2016 on all clients.- All Windows and Office updates applied.- Mail servers resolve to internal IP so traffic flows across pvlans to HQ.- Edge devices at all locations are Juniper SRX.What has been done so far:- Support ticket with MS, Exch environment "reviewed" and no issues found.- Network config and stability reviewed internally by Network Engineer and with providers, no issues found.- 5 users have Outlook troubleshooting logging enabled but no errors logged, when Inbox is missing incoming email the log doesn't show any delivery from mail servers.- Profiles recreated, OST files recreated, issue persists.- 2 users have host file entries forcing the mail server to resolve to the public IP, they have reported no issues since this change (12 days for 1 user and 2 days for the 2nd user).- MSRPC ALG on the Junipers at HQ and 1 remote site were just disabled yesterday.
If you are missing any emails on the server, either drag & drop them out of Outlook and into a folder in your Documents folder (via File Explorer) to save them as msg-file or export/copy them to a pst-file.