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Microsoft Exchange Server - Outlook

One of the user in domain getting this error quiet often:

Outlook is trying to retrieve data from the  Microsoft Exchange Server NAME

None of the other user has this issue. So it seems there is something on the user side not on the server side. What I know most likely this error is caused by the Server issue....
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pmorton23Commented:
this is not an error, more like a notification that outlook is trying to get data from exchange. is the user mailbox very large, check the network connection from pc to server.
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tech1guyAuthor Commented:
I m pinging ex server nd getting replies....nd in that time I m getting these pop ups....it means it is not a network issue
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pmorton23Commented:
is the user in cached mode.
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tech1guyAuthor Commented:
mailbox is 1gb only
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tech1guyAuthor Commented:
yes,user in cache mode
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pmorton23Commented:
turn off cached mode, restart outlook. its possible the offline cached file is corrupted or something. let outlook run without offline and cached mode on. test this way for a day or two.
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tech1guyAuthor Commented:
thanks
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