Note The Mail icon appears after Outlook starts for the first time.
I noticed that emails were starting to drop at the end of January 2014.
However, the problem existed prior to this as the message count between both and Outlook 2013 was never the same.
I don't want to accept them, I just want them to be added to the calendar, so based on a quick view I can see what meetings have been proposed to me, even though I don't know if I can make it or not.
For some reason, the official production release of Outlook 2013 requires Outlook to be literally pointed at an IMAP inbox in order for it to respect IMAP delivery without delay.
Deleting and re-creating the OST file and profile seems to be the only fix, but it takes a long time to do this.
It is a regular waste of time, not to mention the problems with missing important emails.Is there a way for me to have meeting invites automatically added to my calendar as tentative, and if, how?What I'm looking for is that any meetings would be added to my calendar view even though no action would be made or implied regarding them.With previous Outlook version or installation, whenever I got a meeting invite, it was automatically added to my calendar as 'tentative', without me needing to open the meeting request.Now I need to open the meeting request for this to happen, which I don't want.You can see the status of the process updating at the top of Indexing Options window.