Keep scrolling down passed the bottom of your Inbox view to force the app to load more mail.Newer versions of Mail app automatically retrieve the next series of email from your server each time you hit the bottom.You can set default Auto Archive settings but also overrule them on a per-folder level or via a manual Archive.
Thus, your Inbox will appear to have a set of missing emails. The problem is that IOS Apple Mail hasn't "fetched" those gap emails yet and therefore is not showing them in your other email clients on the face of the planet (including Apple OSX Mail) fetch from your mail server by latest arrivals first instead of most recently copied or moved.
Or fetch them all, which avoids the problem as well.1.
I restarted my outlook and everything started working fine.
that way I only had the [email protected](1)left in the outlook folder.
This is quite common practice as it could lead to pst-files scattered around clients and thus decentralized management.
In this, you can ask your manager or mail administrator about the corporate policy for archiving; what should be kept how long and where should it be stored instead? go to data files tab and double click the email you have issues with. copy paste the file directory on where your file is for example this: "C:\Users\m\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\[email protected](1)(3).ost" go and look for it in your hard drive. [email protected](1)and [email protected](1)(3)so I deleted the newest ost file which was the [email protected](1)(3)Auto Archive and Archive are options in Outlook to automatically or manually initiate moving of Outlook items to an Outlook Data File (pst-files) based on preconfigured settings. it took 20min to do so..its working fine ever since. IMAP issues affecting Outlook 2013 and Office 365 functionality SMTP and ESMTP error code list Request a delisting from a blacklist Why do mail servers get blacklisted? outlook recreated a [email protected](1)(3)it started downloading all emails and synchronizing again. cause I did see a lot of responses from other Microsoft techs that did NOT make any sense.Older versions of i OS Mail (earlier than IOS 8) showed a "Load More Messages" button at the bottom of the list. Repeatedly scrolling down (or clicking the "Load More Messages" button) will make the app fetch the next batch of messages.