Outlook updating inbox 2016
MS Outlook supports IMAP/POP3 and Exchange accounts, thereby enabling you to configure your Gmail, Yahoo! Moreover, you can set up multiple email accounts on Outlook to access your mailboxes right from your desktop. On the POP and IMAP Account Settings window, specify the required information, and then click More Settings option. However, Outlook 2013 and Office 365 users face synchronization issues with IMAP and fail to access their mailbox items.
Apart from Outlook, many email clients support IMAP (Internet Mail/Message Access Protocol) in addition to POP (Post Office Protocol) for email downloading messages from the server. Note: Make sure you select IMAP in the Account Type drop down menu under Server Information. This will land you on the POP and IMAP Account Settings window. IMAP Synchronization Issues in Outlook 2013 and Office 365 The problem might not be in the way you configured your IMAP account on Outlook 2013, but might be in some update or plug-in installed frequently.
KB2837618 or KB2837643 update for Outlook 2013) in spotlight.
Note: In case you have not yet installed any of these updates, do not go for them.
When I booted my PC yesterday my inbox on Outlook 2013 is empty and not populating. It provides additional solutions such as uninstalling the recent updates (KB2837618 or KB2837643), or Changing the root folder path.
It has been reported by some customers that this will help: If your problems persist, I recommend reading our full guide on the Outlook 2013 & Office365 issues.
Amongst others, the update makes sure that IMAP accounts will not repeatedly completely resynch folders, will not create duplicates of default folders, will more reliably map the special server folders and make it less likely that folders will get marked as “This computer only”.