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Exch2003 w/ Outlook 2002 -- Send / Receive Error

Posted on 2003-11-10
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We have Exchange 2003 running on Windows 2003 server, with an Win XP SP1a Laptop with Outlook 2002 (with SP1 & SP2 applied). This user's Outlook has been cfg for offline use and he is syncing folders during exiting from the domain exchg server, and gets this error:  Task Microsoft Exchange Server reported error (0x80070057) : Could not complete the operation. One or more parameter values are not valid.

Could this error be a problem with Outlook 2002? Should I upgrade to Outlook 2003 to resolve? Or are there other items to address?

Thanks!
~Terry
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Anything in event viewer?  There are some Outlook patches available; are you current with those?
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by:terrycad
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Thanks for the reply! Actually after the post, I upgraded the user to Office 2003 and now... all is well. In fact sync is much faster!

Ciao!
~Terry
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