Using a local copy of the Mailbox content should significantly improve the Outlook performance (response time) because access to the “data” (Mail items) created by using a local copy of the Mailbox that stored on the local drive.
Instead of “fetching” the mail from the remote Mailbox, each time a user click on the mail item.
If you are not using an Exchange account or Outlook.com/Hotmail account, Outlook uses a PST-file to store your data in.
Within this single file, Outlook stores all your folders and items (emails, contacts, appointments, etc…).
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When using the term “Exchange Mailbox”, we are using an “alias” for a Database that hosted on the Exchange server.
We can describe the OWA (Outlook Web Application) mail client as a “viewer” for the data that stored in the Exchange database, and the Outlook mail client as a “viewer” for the database (OST File) that stored on the user desktop (Hard drive). WAN environment: When using a local Exchange Server (on-premises), Outlook synchronizes data to and from the Exchange Mailbox, by using a local LAN infrastructure.
On top of this system, with every new Outlook version Microsoft added several layers of features, such as Tasks, the Journal, the Business Contacts Manager and so on.But on the Outlook case, reinstalling it can bring lots of headaches and critical data may get lost during the process.This article tries to explain you how to make Outlook faster and better, without reinstalling it.As you may noticed, Microsoft Outlook tends to respond slower to your commands, as time goes by over your Outlook installation.We use to compare Microsoft Outlook with Microsoft Windows: they both needs constant tweaking and optimization, unless you are willing to reformat your disk and to reinstall Windows.