Actually, as of Exchange 2013, all Outlook connectivity is taking place via Outlook Anywhere. To get to the above dialog: Note: Once both options are enabled, the whole discussion about what is considered a fast and what is considered a slow connection becomes moot when it comes to the connection protocol.
However, regardless of this setting, connections considered “slow” can still change other Outlook behavior. When you use Outlook 2013, you can also look at the “Protocol” column.
In addition, the advanced security settings in anti-virus programs can also prevent Outlook in functioning properly.
There are many other reasons for “Outlook Not Responding” error.
Outlook Anywhere allows you to connect to Exchange even from outside of the corporate network via so-called “Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings”.
It provides great flexibility by acting as a connectivity tool for much professional software.First let's agree that Unified Inbox is no more than a particular "VIEW" of your Inbox mails on different account. So we can resolve this by doing a simple global query: Workaround Solution: 1) Type the following in the search box: folder: (Inbox) received: (this week) 2) Press Ctr Alt A to or click All Mailboxes button (Outlook 2013) or All Mail Folders (Outlook 2010).3) Hit enter and you should see your Unified inbox for all mails received this week.The article applies to the following Outlook symptoms: Outlook doesn't respond to your commands or its responses are erratic.First of all, you need to understand that Outlook is a database driven Windows product: as more information you add to it, as more time it needs to respond to your commands.