Outlook slow updating cached messages
If you prefer to work with "live" information directly from the server in online mode, you can disable cached mode through your Outlook account settings.
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Solution #3: Compact your PST files and OST file (Exchange users only) After you have split your messages into multiple PST files and removed some of the attachments, you need to compact the PST file to shrink its size.
If you are using an Exchange account in Cached mode, compacting your OST file may help improve performance.
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It is suggested to fix the issue by compacting the Outlook data file using Compact Now option, or use a reliable PST repair tool.
Recommended: For the users who are experiencing “Outlook PST large but empty” issue.
For Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010, 100,000 items per folder and total 500 folders.
For Outlook 2007, you can have maximum 50,000 items per folder and 500 folders total. Well, there are a few simple steps you can take to improve Microsoft Outlook performance.
Here are a few things you can do to keep PST files from growing: Solution #2: Disable Add-ins that are not in use Running unnecessary add-ins may make Outlook slower. You probably have more add-ins installed than you think.
Check what Add-ins you have installed and disable the ones you are not using.