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Outlook 2010 - Synchronization of some deletions failed

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Outlook 2010 - Synchronization of some deletions failed


When using the Outlook 2010 in cached mode to connect to Exchange 2010 the following errors can be received in the Sync Issues folder.  The errors normally occur after emptying your Recycle Bin in Outlook.

 

21:51:24 Synchronizer Version 14.0.4760

21:51:24 Synchronizing Mailbox 'Foreshore Test 1'

21:51:24 Synchronizing local changes in folder 'Inbox'

21:51:24 Uploading to server 'mywebmail.foreshore.net'

21:51:24 Synchronization of some deletions failed.

21:51:24                  [0-130]

21:51:25            2 view(s)/form(s) added to online folder

21:51:25            3 view(s)/form(s) deleted in online folder

21:51:25 Done

  

12:14:09 Synchronizer Version 14.0.4760

12:14:09 Synchronizing Mailbox 'Foreshore Test 1'

12:14:09 Synchronizing local changes in folder 'Deleted Items'

12:14:09 Uploading to server 'mywebmail.foreshore.net'

12:14:10 Synchronization of some deletions failed.

12:14:10                  [80040115-514-80040115-130]

12:14:10                  Network problems are preventing connection to Microsoft Exchange.

12:14:10                  Microsoft Exchange Information Store

12:14:10            1 item(s) deleted in online folder

12:14:10 Done

This is a common issue that only occurs when running Outlook 2010 in cached mode with Exchange 2010.  Microsoft have acnowledged this issue in the following Knowledgebase article but currently have no fix:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2606009

A workaround that seems to prevent this error from occuring is to ensure that you carry out a send/recieve before selecting to empty the recycle bin.



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Last Modified:01/08/2013 09:53:44

Last Modified By: alanm

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