outlook 2010 sync issues


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minimus

I am trying the technical preview of outlook 2010.

I installed outlook connector to outlook 2010 to use my hotmail account.
however, Whenever I command a "send and receive" sync log messages arrive to
the syn issues folder. Everyday I get about 50 messages like that. What
could be the problem?

I don't use exchange or anything like that....
 
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minimus

minimus said:
I am trying the technical preview of outlook 2010.

I installed outlook connector to outlook 2010 to use my hotmail account.
however, Whenever I command a "send and receive" sync log messages arrive
to the syn issues folder. Everyday I get about 50 messages like that. What
could be the problem?

I don't use exchange or anything like that....


By the way the problem stems from the live calendar. I don’t use it, is
there a way to disable it?


9:26:58 Synchronizer Version 14.0.4006
9:26:58 Synchronizing Mailbox '(e-mail address removed)'
9:26:58 Synchronizing Hierarchy
9:26:58 7 folder(s) updated in online store
9:27:04 Unable to connect to Windows Live Calendar.
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

I am trying the technical preview of outlook 2010.

I installed outlook connector to outlook 2010 to use my hotmail account.
however, Whenever I command a "send and receive" sync log messages arrive to
the syn issues folder. Everyday I get about 50 messages like that. What
could be the problem?

I get a significant number of sync error messages using Outlok 2007 as well.
Some times I don't get any and changes I make in Outlook get reflected
properly on the WIndows Live account, but other times I get ten or more sync
messages and changes I make locally don't get echoed on the server.
Personally, I think it's the server most of the time.
 
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