Outlook 2016 delegate calendar not updating
Outlook for Mac does not synchronize with the Exchange Server mailbox master category list Actions such as renaming a category might result in extraneous categories in other Exchange clients, such as Outlook for Windows and Outlook Web App. Mail, calendar events, contacts, tasks, and notes with categories created in Outlook for Mac synchronize with Outlook for Windows but might not keep their colors At this time, while category names will synchronize, category colors do not sync.This applies to a user's primary calendar as well as delegated calendars.The longer the refresh rate, the less up-to-date your calendar will be.As you create a meeting invitation you are able to see whether others are free or busy, but you aren't able to see any other information about their schedule (such as the meeting title, who is invited, or where it's taking place).PC users must grant "full details" to the Outlook 2011 user.Mac users must grant the "Reviewer" role to Outlook 2011 users.
Categories assigned to shared items do not sync to the Exchange server and will not be available for the same account on other computers nor will they be available to other users.
If you have exported your Studio Cloud calendar to Outlook (see Export your Studio Cloud Calendar to Outlook 2007), you may want to change the refresh or update rate of the calendar.
The shorter the refresh rate, the more up-to-date your calendar will be.
When you add a new signature in an attempt to replace an old one, Outlook for Mac appends the new signature instead of replacing it.
To replace the signature, you must delete the original signature from the e-mail message manually.