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I'm using Exchange ActiveSync's default policies. My "refresh interval" setting is not ticked within the properties on the general tab. I'm using Exchange 2007 SP1. Does anyone know what the default interval is (how often the policy is being refreshed)? I am aware I can tick the box and set the number of hours but wanted to know what the default setting was if the setting was not ticked.

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I've seen the article before and realize the default refresh interval is set to unlimited. What does "unlimited" actually do/mean?
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The link in the accepted solution does not actually say what "unlimited" means.  

"Unlimited" doesn't seem to even make sense in this context?

Has anyone discovered what the default interval actually is?

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