When you read the emails on your desktop, the exchange server will inform.
A: Worx Mail leverages Exchange Web Services (EWS) to get the total count.
In our company we have exchange 2010 with sp3 and all clients with windows 8.1 and Outlook 2013. Problem is that then user opens Outlook in the morning, he can't see that new mails are arrived to those subfolders. Recreation of profile helps for a week or two (Or user do not notice problem), and after that user calls me again with the same problem. Sometimes restarting Outlook helps, after restart number with unread mail count appears near subfolder. Search folder is not a solution, because there is a lot of subfolders, so it would be a mess. Personally, I think that's a bad was file to file email, but it's not easy to control your users and their mail habits... There should already be one for I tryed using search folder but this solution didnt helped.
Problem is that clients have problem with new messages in their mailboxes. In Outlook 2010 everything worked fine, and after migration to 2013 this problem started. User must open that subfolder and only then, inside that subfolder he can see unread message. :) Sometimes everything works fine, and sometimes user can't see new mails. Then user opens Outlook he sees unread mail count near subfolder, and sum of unread mails in search folder.
But then client opens subfolder there are unread mails. So user must check in OWA is there new mails and in which subfolder, then he opens that subfolder in Outlook, and uhnread mail is here. In rules, client created few rules, near rules in action section, there is icon, it looks like screwdriver and wrench, i went to propeties of those rules and removed "Stop processing more rules", and this icon disappeared.
All rules updated to server, and after that, new messages counts appeared near few subfolders.
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If second argument is zero (0), first argument is rounded down to the nearest integer. So he created rules, then someone writes from campany, mail goes to its subfolder. Is it global for all users who are using exchange 2010 and Outlook 2013? If anything, I believe the more elegant solution is to use a Search Folder.Then he opens OWA, all new mails is marked as unread and there is number near subfolder with unread mail count. But somefing happens and new mails does not appear neither in search folder neither near subfolders. There is no count of new mails in subfolders, outlook does not show it, but OWA shows.Takes two arguments (first argument must be a number or evaluate to a number; second argument must be an integer or evaluate to an integer).Rounds the first argument to the number of digits specified by the second argument.I wish I had a proper explanation for this problem that happens randomly to some users, but unfortunately, I don’t.