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I recently had my exchange account set up to be stored on personal folder.  I changed this so that it is stored in my mailbox on the server.  Not I am unable to receive mail and outlook is saying that it is synchronising folders.  

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If it is "synchronising folders" then you have enabled Offline" storage.

Is this a laptop? Are you trying to have your email with you when away from the network?

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No its my pc.  It works fine if i continue to use the personal folder but when i switch to send mail to mailbox it says folders are synchronising
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In your Exchange settings is the checkbox checked for "Enable Offline Use"?
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How do I check this and also I never use outlook when it is offline.
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mbavisi - I would like you to reconsider the grade you have given here.... if you were able to get a resolution from the link provided the grade should have been at least a B. Please review the grade guidleines shown below.

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