Indexing not updating outlook 2016
Choose Search and Search Core from the list then choose OK. Tip: you’ll probably keep returning to this filtered list as you try to figure out your problem.
From the bottom of Actions list (on right), choose Save Filter to Custom View.
That should not be a problem, plenty of people use Hyper-V. After all, they are both Microsoft-made and part of Windows so you’d expect them to play nice. Microsoft Support recommended to our informant to stop the Hyper-V service and disable it. The months of indexing hassles stopped, Outlook was fully indexed and could search properly. You’ll get a long list of events, too long to deal with.
To get a relevant and manageable list, choose Filter Current Log then pull-down the Event sources list.
Once that’s done Outlook should be able to search itself quickly.
Once you’ve tried the official Microsoft route, you have to look at other possibilities.It came from a determined Office user who hammered at Microsoft Support until they came up with an answer. It was a Lenovo laptop, quite normal in all respects but the indexing refused to complete.Months of trial and error plus countless emails to Microsoft Support before they recommended disabling Hyper-V.It covers the basics of Indexing in Outlook plus some details of Outlook specific indexing errors.However the indexing problem that’s showing up in Outlook might not be caused by an Outlook problem.