Microsoft provides the SCANPST tool which will scan and repair your personal store (.pst) and offline store (.ost) files which contain the mail data for your mail accounts and profiles. My problem turned out to be caused by a corrupted meeting request in my inbox.
Here are the steps to solve this problem: But wait – this didn’t work for me. As soon as I deleted the meeting request, the problem went away.
I only found it by connecting to my inbox using when I discovered I couldn’t view it from there either. I’d be interested to know if you find other solutions to this problem, particularly one that involves a tool that scans Exchange Server mailboxes.
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I am using Outlook 2003 with all the latest service packs on a Win XP Pro machine.
Outlook is configured as an IMAP client to an Mdaemon mail server.
This has been working with no problem for several months.
Recently, whenever I move between mail folders, and often even between messages in the same folder, a box appears telling me it is updating cached headers , and the updates for around 10 seconds.
Since yesterday this behaviour has escalated and even with Outlook in the background, the same message will appear and interupt anything else I am working on!
Some of my folders have around 4000 messages in them but I have other computers with similar set up and they do not behave in this way.
What do I need to configure so that the headers are cached quickly and, ideally, in the background.
I host my own Exchange Server, so that’s my primary mailbox.
I include multiple other mailboxes (such as my wife’s, my kids’, etc.).