You can continue to work while changes are synchronized.
Top of page When data is optimized for an Exchange connection type, the type of items that are synchronized with your server mailbox are different.
However, you do have the option of manually requesting the update.
Cached Exchange Mode takes advantage of the ability of Outlook to automatically determine the speed of your connection to Exchange, and it optimizes data transmissions for that speed.
Examples of shared folders include another person's Exchange folders when you are using Delegate Access, or Share Point folders.
To turn on or off shared folder support when you are using Cached Exchange Mode, do the following: Cached Exchange Mode provides you with a better experience when you use a Microsoft Exchange account. This copy provides quick access to your data and is frequently updated with the mail server.
You cannot use Cached Exchange Mode with a POP or IMAP account.By default, 12 months of your email is available offline, but you can control how much mail is kept offline.Top of page Shared folders include Exchange Public Folders, Share Point folders, or another person's Exchange folders when you’re using Delegate Access.This copy provides quick access to your data, and it is frequently updated with the server that runs Microsoft Exchange.If you want to turn off Cached Exchange Mode, repeat the steps, but clear Use Cached Exchange Mode.
For example, when you use a fast connection, Office Outlook 2007 copies the header, body, and attachments of an email item from the email server to your computer.