Activesync Support Code:86000107

Posted on 2007-10-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
Activesync keeps on going with this error everytime I'm trying to sync

Support Code:86000107

Please help...When I uninstalled office and removed my .pst file everything went fine.  But soon as I replace my .pst file again the problem came back again.  I think there is something wrong with my .pst file.  How can I fix this?

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Question by:edmund7s
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    Expert Comment

    reinstall ActiveSync
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    Expert Comment

    I read on another website that if you receive any 8xxxxxxxxx errors that there is corruption in outlook, as you have already determined. Have you tried creating a new PST file?
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    Author Comment

    I did tried a couple of times to remove and reinstall outlook...Didn't work.

    I have already tried creating new PST file and it worked...But I want all my mail and contact to be there.

    Please help what to do?
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    Accepted Solution

    You should be able to open the old PST file and move all the old emails and contacts to the new PST file.

    File --> Open --> Outlook Date File --> select your old PST file and then click OK.

    Select all the emails and items in there and either copy or move them to the new PST folder.
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    Expert Comment

    For me, creating a clean new PST did nothing towards solving the problem, and various online sources claim that the problem lies somewhere else entirely.

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