Speeding Up Your Outlook: Cached Exchange Mode

Did you know that there are two ways to connect your Outlook to an Exchange account? There’s an Online Mode and Cached Exchange Mode. The Online Mode establishes and sustains a direct connection to your Exchange server. Cached Exchange Mode on the other hand creates a local copy of your mailbox data on your computer, that is as an offline data file on your firm’s Exchange server. This offline data file enables Outlook to access this cached copy which in turn can enable faster response times. Outlook and the Exchange server synchronize the local and server data which improve your Outlook performance if you are working with a slow Internet connection. Not sure if your Outlook account has Cached Exchange Mode enabled? Here’s the easy steps to check and/or enable it. Enabling Cached Exchange Mode Select File. Choose Account Settings. Select Account Settings again. Click the Office 365 account you’d like to check, and the click Change. In Offline…

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