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Outlook 2003 sync issues/conflicts

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The users has Outlook 2003 attaching to an Exchange 2007, most of the users receiving a lots of Sync issue conflicts registered in Outlook, they keep deleting this conflicts, the problem is not stopping them from work but it’s irritating them.

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e_aravind earned 500 total points
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can you post a sample conflict message/warning?
It could be for the OAB?
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done
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