Why don't new emails appear in my inbox?

Discussion in 'Using Outlook' started by QnJvb2toYXZlbkJlbmdhbA, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. QnJvb2toYXZlbkJlbmdhbA

    QnJvb2toYXZlbkJlbmdhbA

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    When Outlook performs a send/receive, and I know for a fact new emails have

    been received, the nevertheless do not immediately appear in my inbox.

    However, if I then click on another folder (ie, Junk Email) then click back

    to the Inbox, then the messages magically appear.

    Very frustrating indeed.
     
  2. a21hbnRoZWk5Mjk

    a21hbnRoZWk5Mjk

    Guest
    I am also having this same problem. However, mine still don't show up after

    clicking on another folder. I know I have new emails because my Live

    Messenger shows them popping up. Sometimes it has take a minute or two to

    show up, and other times, its been over an hour and still no new emails in my

    inbox. Is there a way to fix this I wonder? It defeats the purpose of

    Outlook if I have to still go to my hotmail to check them.

    "BrookhavenBengal" wrote:


    > When Outlook performs a send/receive, and I know for a fact new emails have
    > been received, the nevertheless do not immediately appear in my inbox.
    > However, if I then click on another folder (ie, Junk Email) then click back
    > to the Inbox, then the messages magically appear.

    > Very frustrating indeed.
     
  3. a21hbnRoZWk5Mjk

    a21hbnRoZWk5Mjk

    Guest
    Ok...I went to microsoft.com and under help and support went to Outlook. I

    have 2007 version. I found a repair tool that is called "inbox repair for

    outlook". Just search that name and it will give you a link. Then follow

    the on screen directions. Hopefully, the problem is fixed! So far so good!

    Good luck! :)

    "BrookhavenBengal" wrote:


    > When Outlook performs a send/receive, and I know for a fact new emails have
    > been received, the nevertheless do not immediately appear in my inbox.
    > However, if I then click on another folder (ie, Junk Email) then click back
    > to the Inbox, then the messages magically appear.

    > Very frustrating indeed.
     

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