I've setup the office 365 account in outlook 2016 using autodiscover which all works ok.The only issue is that in cached mode the secondary mailbox that it has permissions to view shows all it's folders but when clicking on the folders it shows no content.
Clicking Update Folder brings the emails down but there are too many folders to do this one by one. If not in cached mode I can see all the emails in every folder.
The email account that outlook is logged into appears to sync ok without needing to click Update Folders, it's only "shared" mailboxes.
See the below section; Step 1; Did you disable Windows Search Feature Step 2; Turn On the Windows Search Feature Step 3; Rebuild Windows Indexing Service. In the Advanced Options dialog box, on the Index Settings tab, under Troubleshooting, click Rebuild.
I would recommend you to configure Indexing Options correctly. Read this article for more info, https://lookeen.com/blog/how-to-fix-outlook-2016-search-problems If the application works fine safe mode, try disabling the add ins for the application and check the result, If the indexing works fine in the Outlook application safe, open Outlook, click File The subnet calculator helps you design networks by taking an IP address and network mask and returning information such as network, broadcast address, and host range.
The only way around this is to have Outlook literally point at each IMAP inbox for which you want instant delivery of emails.
If you are willing to leave all of these Outlook windows open during your session, you will receive your IMAP-account emails very quickly.
I installed Office 2016 on a new computer, and am having a problem with the search in Outlook. It works when I open Outlook 2016 in safe mode, but otherwise does not (it states “no results”).
I have tried reverting to an older version of Outlook, updating Outlook, and rebuilding the index, all with no success.
I noticed that emails were starting to drop at the end of January 2014.
However, the problem existed prior to this as the message count between both and Outlook 2013 was never the same.
From Dev Ops to revenue models and customer support, the answer is yes! Outlook is not responsible for the search Issue but Windows search service is.