The Outlook is a free email service with unlimited online storage. You can have Outlook forward all incoming mail to a different email address. Support for rich text written material, drag-and-drop, associated keyboard shortcuts aplenty makes Outlook on the net expertise resembling that with a desktop email program.
It is used to quickly get to your inbox and to get a good overview of what you need and in what order. It’s recommended to set up a system of managing your email. If you keep everything in your inbox, you will instantly lose track of what needs to be done.
About 10 years ago when Outlook was not as powerful as it is today people used to organize their emails into multiple folders with a large folder structure with various levels. This manual organization process was time-consuming and extremely inefficient. Today, we will tell you about how to refresh outlook mail inbox automatically.
The automated refresh rate for the Outlook inbox could appear relatively slow. If it’s too slow for your preferences, either refresh your inbox manually or modify the automatic settings to refresh your mail after a certain period, whether or not you’re online or offline.
Follow these steps if you want to view the email someone has sent you recently a few minutes or seconds ago in Outlook
- Open ‘Outlook.’
- Go to the ‘Send/Receive’ tab.
- You will find an option of ‘Send/Receive All Folders,’ click on it.
- By doing this Outlook will start retrieving or synchronizing your email folders by contacting the action server.
How to Refresh Outlook Mail Inbox Forcefully
If you’ve ever encountered an issue when you open Microsoft Outlook and go to check your inbox and there are no available emails listed there when you know there should be, you can force Outlook to update your inbox so that those emails will appear in your email inbox.
The few steps involved with this process
- First, open Microsoft Outlook and click on the tab ‘Send/Receive.’
- Hit the button named as ‘Update Folder’.
- After clicking on ‘Update Folder‘ option, a small box will appear with a progress bar that shows Outlook attempts to force update your selected folder.
- Once this is completed, you’ll see the current and updated view of your inbox. So, any missing emails that should have been there previously should now appear in your inbox list.
Manage Your Inbox Refresh Rate
You can manage the refresh rate by setting the required duration of time before a refreshing attempt. Hit on ‘Send/Receive Groups‘, the drop down menu will appear and click on ‘Define Send/Receive Groups‘. Change the time of ‘Schedule an Automatic Send/Receive every’ to ‘xyz‘ minutes. After changing the time, close the box, now your inbox will refresh automatically every ‘xyz‘ minutes.