The problem is almost certainly that its local cache is corrupt… which happens disturbingly frequently. The easiest way to fix it is to simply close Outlook, delete the local cache, then start Outlook again – the good news being that it works and your new mail starts showing up; the bad news being, of course, that it starts synchronizing /everything/ again.
Stick this command in a batch file, and you’ll have something that users can simply double-click to fix the issue. Just remember to tell them to CLOSE OUTLOOK FIRST! =)
del "%UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\*IMAP*-0*.pst"
Had a client whose login to the domain took upwards of 40 seconds on his Windows 7 machine.Â Oddly, completely deleting the profile from his workstation didn’t fix the issue – even after setting up the profile anew after first domain login, it still took upwards of 40 seconds.Â Just as oddly, other profiles on the domain didn’t have the same issue on his workstation – they logged in in less than 10 seconds.
Never did figure out what caused it, but I did find a cure –
- Run gpedit.msc.
- Go to computer configuration.
- Go to Administrative templates.
- Go to System.
- Go to User profiles.
- Enable â€œSet maximum wait time for the network if a user has a roaming user profile or remote home directoryâ€ and set to 0 seconds
Problem solved; the user could now logon in less than ten seconds.