To be exact, I have created a new profile and kept it to download but still the problem persists. I can assure there's no issue as other users are able to communicate without any issues. If you feel the issue is not resolving itself I would recommend checking out the Outlook Support and Recovery Assistant Here: https://configure.office.com/sara/Setup Consider changing how much email you are downloading as well to keep offline.
Start low - and you can increase it as you validate it if you need too.
First let's agree that Unified Inbox is no more than a particular "VIEW" of your Inbox mails on different account. So we can resolve this by doing a simple global query: Workaround Solution: 1) Type the following in the search box: folder: (Inbox) received: (this week) 2) Press Ctr Alt A to or click All Mailboxes button (Outlook 2013) or All Mail Folders (Outlook 2010).
3) Hit enter and you should see your Unified inbox for all mails received this week.
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First open exchange EMC and see that the databases are mounted.
Also open the exchange queue viewer under toolbox in EMC. Also dumb thing to check, is there enough space left in your drives for exchange?
See How to use Outlook’s VBA Editor for complete details.Well this was a very well known issue as the title explains but in my case, the "updating inbox 3.99GB" keeps on repeating to the same state.No new mail activities or even download progress on Inbox, but the other folders at least updating upon selecting.If the Repair Tool doesn’t help, we’ll also run through various other troubleshooting steps that might repair your inbox or help you get access to Outlook, like updating Office or disabling add-ins.If you have your own tips to share in regards to repairing Outlook files, please do let us know in the comments section below. Most of them will specifically tell you that there’s a problem with the PST file.This is a solution to a very popular question of how to create a Unified Inbox in Outlook 2010. While not quite the same as a true Unified Inbox for all email accounts, it has one advantage a true unified inbox does not offer: a very easy way to filter out the mail you don't want to see in a unified view by adding additional queries to the txt Search line in each macro.