This question is from a user with an Exchange account: How do we delay new messages in Outlook? For example, Outlook will get new mail from Exchange every 10 minutes. When you have an Exchange mailbox, Outlook should be getting new mail as it arrives on the server, not every 10 minutes, so it sounds
I'm seeing reports that Outlook installed on Windows 8 is very slow to send and receive. It's fine when the computer is first booted, but after several hours it slows appreciably. The cause: antivirus scanning email. Disabling the outbound scan and any Outlook add-ins installed by the antivirus software will solve the problem. Along with
Microsoft Outlook's "Do not deliver before" time defaults to 5 PM and the default cannot be changed. If you always use a different deferral time, you can use a macro to open a new message and set the "Do not deliver before" time automatically.
Is it possible to create a toolbar button that would execute Send/Receive on one specific mail account only? I have send/receive groups, and the pull-down button for all accounts from the toolbar, but that involves some menu-wading. You can use Outlook's SyncObjects property in a macro to trigger a send and receive for a specific Send/Receive Group or Account.
When Outlook won't send email and returns error code 0x800CC80, the cause is incorrect outgoing server settings. I'll show you what to check and how to fix it.
Microsoft Outlook crashes when you click Send and Receive.
Understanding how Microsoft Outlook uses data files (pst) with multiple IMAP or Hotmail accounts in a profile.
How to change how often Microsoft Outlook does automatic send and receives, you need to edit the Send and Receive settings.
How to create your own send to shortcut that uses your Outlook stationery and signature. Customize the shortcuts to include the email addresses and more.
When you use an IMAP and configure Outlook to save sent items in the IMAP account's sent folder, you may have two copies of your sent items. How to change your Outlook settings to prevent this.