This is a solution to a very popular question of how to create a Unified Inbox in Outlook 2010. While not quite the same as a true Unified Inbox for all email accounts, it has one advantage a true unified inbox does not offer: a very easy way to filter out the mail you don't want to see in a unified view by adding additional queries to the txt Search line in each macro.
This solution could easily be adapted to apply any frequently used search conditions to a folder.
As with any program (example Internet Explorer or Google Chrome), many applications install their own plugins to Outlook as well.
This makes up for a heavy CPU usage, making your computer slower and may also hang it for a while or two.
Cached Exchange Mode is the premier and recommended configuration in Outlook 2013 in all circumstances, except those that are specifically called out in When to use Online Mode, in the article Choose between Cached Exchange Mode and Online Mode for Outlook 2013.
This article describes important Cached Exchange Mode features and talks about some planning considerations for deployments in Outlook 2013.
See How to use Outlook’s VBA Editor for complete details.Disable unwanted Add-ins, Compact & Combine PST Files, Archive Mail & Contacts Folders!While these tips will help you to speed up Microsoft Outlook (version 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016), as well as keep it running without hogging on the CPU resources to kill other applications.You’ll also find information about the sync slider and the new Outlook compressed data file (.ost) format here.In this article: In Outlook 2013, two new features are available with Cached Exchange Mode: Exchange Fast Access and sync slider.