I desperately need it and google has only articles on "slow outlook" and similar.
There aren't many articles about the calender - nor can I find a lot of settings/customization in Outlook 2007.
It simply takes too long, from a person updating his/her calender to the secretaries having the most recent schedule. Is there any way to make the calender in Outlook update more often?
Or simply a force update option (think of F5 in a browser).
Even in an era of massive quotas, it’s annoying to find that mailboxes are cluttered with extraneous logging messages that accumulate steadily and are never removed without manual intervention.
Figure 1: An Outlook 2010 synchronization log Other synchronization problems occur when multiple clients attempt to operate on the same item over a short time period when changes made by the different clients can generate conflicts. They have a lot of meetings and their schedule is very important to them. The server is Windows Server 2003 running Exchange 2003.The problems are with the secretaries, who have to keep track of virtually all the calenders.and setting the update interval to a time that suits you.Take note that if you have a large number of mailboxes with a large number of calendar items that shortening the interval may put a load on your server as the Outlook clients publish their entire shedule at this interval.I just started getting an error code when I send/recieve mail.It says "Receivig' reported error (0x80040600) : 'Unknown Error 0x80040600'".When I click to fix it I get "Run Scanpst.exe" - Of course that does not run or fix it - any ideas?I'm on an HP laptop using Windows 7 and Office 2007 which is upgraded from my old office 2002 - All are ligit."Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server - Sending' reported error (0x8004060C): 'The message store has reached its maximum size.To reduce the amount of data in this message store, select some items that you no longer need, and permanently delete them." Default maximum OST/PST file size limit for Outlook 2002 and prior versions is only 2 GB.