Outlook not updating automatically 2016
If you successfully connected to the account before, try to connect to it from another Exchange application, such as Outlook on the Web.
You can also check the status of the Exchange server by contacting your Exchange server administrator.
If you prefer to use the mouse, look on the Tools, Send and Receive menu, Send/Receive Groups, Define Send and Receive Groups.
In Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013, look on the Send and Receive tab, under Send/Receive Groups, Define Send and Receive Groups.
Before emptying the cache, you may want to back up your Outlook information that is stored only locally on your computer.
hen using Microsoft Outlook client to access Exchange mailboxes and Inbox, the Outlook does not actually update the all mailboxes and Inbox folder.For best results, don't check for new mail more frequently than about 8 - 10 minutes.Checking too frequently (either automatically or manually) can cause Outlook to hang on the process and you will not be able to send or receive mail until you restart Outlook.Caution: The following procedure deletes any information that is not synchronized with the Exchange server, including your contacts' mail certificate.
Emptying the cache replaces the contents of the folder with the latest items from the Exchange server.To change how frequently Outlook does automatic send and receives, you need to edit the Send and Receive settings.