This article explains how to access your Gmail account, log in to your email and check emails. To access Gmail and see your emails, you have 3 ways (click to go to the right section of the article):
Unlike my when using my Google Mail account, it looks that my Microsoft Outlook 365 folders are not automatically updated with incoming email messages. It seems to me that any new email items are updated probably once in 15-20 minutes. I know that i can update Outlook by hitting F9 or use the Send/Receive All command.
"To refresh your inbox in Outlook.com interface, you only need to click the refresh button (rounded arrow) across the "Folders" on the left side of your mailbox page." I'm afraid there is no such Refresh button in my outloook.com on web (accessed through Google Chrome browser). See the screenshot below.
This wikiHow teaches you how to check your Google email account (called "Gmail") on the Gmail website, on the Gmail Mobile app, on the iPhone's Mail app, or on Microsoft Outlook. Go to www.gmail.com in a web browser. In a web browser, type...
Whatever you do, DO NOT (!!!) choose “Permanently delete suspected junk e-mail. . .” as this would prevent you from checking blocked messages in your spam folder. 3) On the Safe Senders tab, check the two boxes at the bottom (“Also trust e-mail from my Contacts” and “Automatically add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders list”).
Which Outlook are you using, are you using the webmail app or a mail app? If you're using a mail app, which version of Outlook are you using? If you're using Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016, we suggest that you check this link. From here, you'll see a simple guide on how to check the size of your mailbox. We'll be waiting for your reply.
Further to my comment below I have now changed all my Android and iPad devices to use the Microsoft Outlook App and I am finding that I cannot fault it at all. Especially the common inbox which works with my collection of accounts. (Outlook.com, gmail x 3 and one yahoo.co.uk).
The restored mail items will appear in the Deleted Items folder. From there, you can move them to the Inbox folder. Check Rules. Incorrect rules may move the incoming emails from the Inbox to another folder and affect how Outlook stores and displays the emails. Thus, check if any rule is causing the discrepancy. The steps are as follows:
I use Outlook 365 on multiple devices and it works great except on my newly purchased Lenovo Yoga 730. The Outlook Inbox is not current and is several days behind. If I do a search for an email which I have seen on another of my devices, it will find it and I am able to send emails. However, the Inbox is not updating to include current emails.
Account Type: Select POP3 or IMAP if you are not sure of the difference please see our article on POP3 vs. IMAP; Incoming Mail Server: enter mail.example.com (be sure to replace example.com with your actual domain name)