The Office 2016 upgrade is probably one of the cleanest upgrades ever, removing previous versions of Office completely.But, after installation, there’s a bug in Outlook 2016 for IMAP email accounts where you cannot delete emails from the Inbox, and the bug happens to be because of a configuration in the email account’s Advanced settings.Thanks for posting this, but I don't think it's a viable solution to the bug.Hi, the configuration change you propose is not a fix for the bug.What worked before doesn’t work now and you’ll need to make a slight modification to get the IMAP account working correctly.To get there to make the setting change: I've been experiencing the "can't delete IMAPS email" but you describe.Then what is the right way to follow and how to move Outlook files to a new computer or any higher Outlook version? Do not think much; go through this page to clearly understand the solution as well as instructions to implement the application.Program that helps you transfer Outlook PST file – Yodot Move Outlook PST: As its name suggests, this program is capable to move Outlook data file from lower versions to any higher Outlook version without upsetting your source file.
Initially we uninstalled the Outlook 07 and installed new Outlook 365 suite. Now the problem is, inbox folder stopped updating and not receiving any new emails in the platforms where we configured PST.
Along with PST, it provides backup and restores all of its attributes like contacts, calendar, journals, tasks, rules, address book, notes and signature etc before moving.
It looks like the recent updates for Outlook completely broke my IMAP account in Outlook 2013.
In general, Outlook will indeed display which folder it is currently synching in the Status Bar.
When it is not, it usually is synching additional mailbox information and data such as the folder hierarchy, Views or Quick Steps.