Microsoft Office Outllook is synchronizing folders....


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ctamooch

There have been many posts on this topic and I haven't seen any solutions.
Wondering if there is any new info. Let me give details:

1) Using POP3 not exchange server.
2.) All mail folders have the box 'Create microsoft exchange views' unchecked
3.) Everything worked fine for 1 month and up to last night. I can't have
more than a few messages coming in and nothing large.
4.) I've ran scanpst.exe on my .pst file.
5.) Synch has been running for 1 hour.
6.) My auto send/receive is set to 3 minutes (this is an office computer on
a network).

Anyone have any insight as to what is going on? Why hasn't Microsoft
addressed this?

Isn't there a way just to set Outlook to never try to synch? It shouldn't be
trying on a POP account anyway...

I also get the "A Microsoft Outlook Data file did not properly shut down
and will be checked for errors." every time I open outlook. Let's deal with
the synch first.
 
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Brian Tillman

ctamooch said:
There have been many posts on this topic and I haven't seen any
solutions. Wondering if there is any new info. Let me give details:

1) Using POP3 not exchange server.
2.) All mail folders have the box 'Create microsoft exchange views'
unchecked
3.) Everything worked fine for 1 month and up to last night. I can't
have more than a few messages coming in and nothing large.
4.) I've ran scanpst.exe on my .pst file.
5.) Synch has been running for 1 hour.
6.) My auto send/receive is set to 3 minutes (this is an office
computer on a network).
WAY too low. It shoudn't be any less than ten minutes.
Anyone have any insight as to what is going on? Why hasn't Microsoft
addressed this?
Because it's not a systemic problem. Call Microsoft and open an incident.
You have 90 days of free support after installing Outlook 2007.
I also get the "A Microsoft Outlook Data file did not properly shut
down
and will be checked for errors." every time I open outlook. Let's
deal with the synch first.
Did you try a new mail profile?
 

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