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Outlook 2010 Exchange BEST Download Headers Only

Outlook 2010 Exchange Download Headers Only -

Outlook 2010 Exchange BEST Download Headers Only

If you want to disable caching of shared mail folders (like a delegated Inbox) but not shared non-mail folders (like Calendar), see By default, shared mail folders are downloaded in Cached mode in Outlook 2010 and later versions.

We recommend that you do not synchronize mobile devices when the Cached Exchange Download only headers setting is enabled. When you synchronize a mobile device by using ActiveSync, for example, full items are downloaded in Outlook, and the synchronization process is less efficient than it is during regular Outlook synchronization to users' computers.

The Download only headers setting for synchronization is designed for Outlook users who have dial-up connections or cellular wireless connections, to minimize network traffic when there is a slow or expensive connection.

For a scenario where users' actual data throughput is slow, even though their network adapters report a fast connection, you can disable automatic switching to downloading only headers by using the Group Policy option, Disallow On Slow Connections Only Download Headers. Similarly, there might be connections that Outlook has determined are slow but which provide high data throughput to users. In this case, you can also disable automatic switching to downloading only headers.

You can configure the On slow connections, download only headers option in the Office Customization Tool (OCT), or configure the option by using Group Policy to set Disallow On Slow Connections Only Download Headers.

Download Headers and Then Full Items After message headers are downloaded, downloading of message bodies and attachments begins. When downloading a large amount of items, this setting is useful so you can see message headers quickly and then choose a message to open without first waiting for all messages to be downloaded in their entirety.

When data is optimized for an Exchange connection type, the type of items that are synchronized with your server mailbox are different. For example, when you use a fast connection, Office Outlook 2007 copies the header, body, and attachments of an email item from the email server to your computer. When a slower connection is selected, only headers are automatically downloaded. The body and any associated attachments are downloaded only when requested by you, or as necessary for synchronization with personal digital assistants (PDAs), auto archiving, and some client-side rules. In a slower connection environment, the Offline Address Book is also not automatically updated. However, you do have the option of manually requesting the update.

Later that day, you use a modem for dial-up access to your Exchange account. Outlook recognizes your connection is slow and automatically optimizes for that connection by downloading only headers and not updating the Offline Address Book. Additional optimizations are also made to reduce the amount of data sent over the connection.

An email message internet header provides a list of technical details about the message, such as who sent it, the software used to compose it, and the email servers that it passed through on its way to the recipient. Most of the time, only an administrator will need to view internet headers for a message. If you want to add a header to your email message, see Apply stationery, backgrounds, or themes to email messages.

Hi. Quite confused about this really. I have 3 mailboxes (each added manually) and want the main one to download full items, but the other two to download headers only. Ticking "download headers" under "download preferences" applies headers only to all mailboxes, and shows "connected to Microsoft Exchange(headers)" in the bottom right hand corner - however, this is not what I want. I have looked at and tested "send/receive groups", and specified manually the headers only on individual folders, but this seems to do absolutely nothing ...the "connected to Microsoft Exchange(headers)" does not


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