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But although I activate the converation histroy in skype for business, according to this instruction here: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Save-and-find-your-Lync-instant-messages-55cd03a1-b7a5-4c03-9be0-044cbc615642, I don't see a folder in outlook named "conversation history".

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Aside from offering common solutions, this guide also contains a list of send/receive error codes which you may encounter and their meaning.

For certain error codes, a more specific solution is mentioned.

For more details see; Disable virus scanner integration?

Firewalls can block incoming and outgoing traffic so make sure that Outlook and/or the required ports for email are listed as an exception to go through.

Virus scanners which integrates themselves with Outlook are a known source of causing all sorts of send receive issues.

For instance, the following time-out issues are often a result of this; -The operation timed out waiting for a response from the receiving (POP) server -A time-out occurred while communicating with the server Other issues that are often caused by having a virus scanner integrated with Outlook are; -Outlook being very slow in collecting your email -Messages ending up stuck in your Outbox (also see below) -Messages being sent but never received -Sending or receiving blank messages -General message corruption Disabling your virus scanner’s integration with Outlook does not compromise your security as you’d still be sufficiently protected by the on-access scanner part of the virus scanner.

If you are presented with send/receive errors after updating Outlook, you probably need to reconfigure your firewall to re-allow Outlook to pass-through again.

This is because several firewall solutions (such as Zone Alarm) verify via a hash that it is indeed the correct that is trying to pass through the firewall and not some virus which named itself

Aside from virus scanners, there could be other add-ins installed which integrate itself with the send/receive process of Outlook.

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