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Consider that you have a profile which is configured in Cached Exchange mode in Microsoft Outlook 2010 or a later version. If you add another user's shared mailbox or shared folder to your profile, then all the folders in the shared mailbox to which you have access are downloaded to your local cache by default. This is a change from Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 in which only non-mail folders from shared mailboxes are cached by default.
Working with shared folders that are downloaded locally provides better performance. This is because Outlook reads the folder data from the local hard disk instead of connecting to the Microsoft Exchange Server to retrieve the shared folders. The performance gained by using locally cached folders is even more noticeable if the shared folders are located on an Exchange Online mailbox in Microsoft 365.
The best Outlook client performance can vary from user to user, based on their configuration, the number of shared folders being accessed, the location of those shared mailboxes, etc. Only by testing with and without the default download shared folder options can the optimal settings be determined for each user.
The default behavior to download shared folders can be modified by using group policies and registry settings. Some of these policies and registry values might have improved the shared folder performance in earlier versions of Outlook or when the shared folders were on Exchange Server on-premises mailboxes. However those performance gains might be lost in recent Outlook versions or after mailboxes are moved to Microsoft 365 cloud tenants. If you experience performance issues when using shared folders in Outlook, an administrator will need to determine if such group policies and registry values are set for your organization, and test the performance in Outlook without them.
All versions of Outlook since Outlook 2000 Service Release 1 (SR1) include a security feature that blocks attachments posing a risk of viruses or other threats. Outlook blocks access to the attachment, but the attachment is present in the e-mail message.This article describes how to open a blocked attachment, and what types of attachments Outlook may block.
You cannot save, delete, open, print, or otherwise work with unsafe files. A message at the top of the e-mail message indicates that Outlook has blocked access to the unsafe attachment. The attachment is inaccessible from Outlook. However, the attachment is not actually removed from the e-mail message.
If you send an e-mail message that contains an unsafe attachment, you receive a warning message that states that other Outlook recipients may be unable to access the attachment that you are trying to send. You can safely ignore the warning message and send the e-mail message, or you can decide not to send the e-mail message.
In Outlook 2003, if you save or close an e-mail message that contains an unsafe attachment, you receive a warning message that states that you will be unable to open the attachment. You can override the warning message and save the e-mail message.
After you confirm your email, the SEER program will process your request within 2 business days and you will be given a SEER*Stat username and temporary password. The username and password are used to access the data through SEER*Stat.
After you confirm your email, the SEER program will process your request and you will be given a SEER*Stat username and temporary password. The username and password are used to access the data through SEER*Stat.
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