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Microsoft Outlook Sync Errors

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We are running Microsoft Exhange on a Windows 2003 Server with Outlook 2003 and 2007 on the client computers. We recently started getting Outlook Synchronization issues shown below. These errors do not seem to be interferring with normal mailbox use but have become very annoying. It seems like they may have started after we set our mailboxes to auto archive. Our mailboxes were over a gigabyte before archiving and are currently about 800 MB in size. Is mailbox size an issue and what is the practical size limit for mailboxes? Thanks for your help with this issue.

Here is the specifice synchronization error message:

11:42:51 Synchronizer Version 12.0.6024
11:42:51 Synchronizing Mailbox 'Tom'
11:42:51 Synchronizing local changes in folder 'Inbox'
11:42:51 Uploading to server 'xxxxx.xxxx.local'
11:42:51           1 item(s) updated in online folder
11:42:51           1 item(s) changed read-state in online folder
11:42:51 Error synchronizing folder
11:42:51                 [80040119-10050603-0-450]
11:42:51                 Microsoft Office Outlook Offline Folders
11:42:51                 For more information on this failure, click the URL below:
11:42:51                 http://www.microsoft.com/support/prodredirect/outlook2000_us.asp?err=80040119-10050603-0-450 
11:42:51 Done
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