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!
The order in which it does this depends on your version of Outlook (see the table below).
While you can’t directly change the sync order, you can still influence it by selecting the folder that you want to have synched.
However, Outlook's implementation of IMAP is different from that in Outlook Express.Outlook 2002 creates a Personal Folders (.pst) file for each IMAP account and caches both downloaded headers and message bodies in folders in that file.The tools for managing messages are the same as in regular files. Hot Scripts offers tens of thousands of scripts you can use. d Bforums offers community insight on everything from ASP to Oracle, and get the latest news from Data Center Knowledge.How can I delete cached messages from an IMAP account in Outlook 2002?I can't find any equivalent for Outlook Express's Remove Messages command to remove message bodies but leave the downloaded headers.