Synchronize with Exchange 2003

Hi,

When I import a DL into my contacts in Outlook 2003, the synchronization fails with Exchange 2003 and is automatically removed from my contacts folder. The Sync log states: There was not enough memory to perform this operation, Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store.

Can anyone help?

HSI
alanrealAsked:
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David LeeCommented:
Greetings, alanreal.

> When I import a DL into my contacts in Outlook 2003
Import from what?  How many entries are in the DL?

Cheers!
alanrealAuthor Commented:
Hi,

I'm importing from a pst file, there are a couple of hundred in the DL, is it too big? Sould I split the DL?

HSI.
David LeeCommented:
Hello, HSI.

It's worth a try even if only to test and see if that's the problem.
alanrealAuthor Commented:
There is no quick way of slitting the DL, is htere another way on importing the DL saved as a .csv file into the GAL?

HSI
David LeeCommented:
> There is no quick way of slitting the DL
Couldn't you make a copy fo the DL and then delete about 50 entries to see if it makes any difference?

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