Outlook inbox folder not updating
Basically there are three ways of setting permissions; This is where it starts.
To be able to set permissions you must have them yourself.
When your administrator creates your account he/she will also create a mailbox with you as the owner of the mailbox giving you automatically full permissions.
This enables you to create an Outlook mail profile so you can start Outlook with your mailbox as the Outlook Today folder and allows you to set permissions for others.
Besides from the Permissions you can set shown in the table above you can also make adjustments to them by selecting or deselecting the available options.
This method can be used so that people can add your mailbox to their Folder List and makes accessing your folders just as quick and easy as accessing your own.
So if you want to add a subfolder of someone else’s mailbox to your Folder List you’ll need to set permissions not only on that subfolder but also on the Inbox folder and the Outlook Today folder.
Setting permissions this way is probably the easiest and fastest.It also allows you to set some permissions which can’t be set by any other way.The following permissions can be set on the folders; Note that you are only setting permissions on the folders that are listed and on not their subfolders.Setting the correct permissions on mailboxes and Outlook folders can be done in several ways when you are in an Exchange organization. While some methods look quite the same the results can be very different.This guide explains in which way you can set permissions and what their results are.
To do this, hold CTRL when clicking on the Outlook icon in the Notification Area and then select Connection Status…