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 I have a problem with outlook 2010 when viewing a large public folder. When browsing through folders in our public folder I get an error message: "Cannot expand folder not enough memory". If I set outlook to work offline Im able to view and expand folders. Does anyone know of any fix for this? I know it has nothing to do with the amount of memory I have because performance monitor shows that I still have 1 gig left. Please advise, if working offline is the only work around for this please let me know.

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Rhyseh earned 500 total points
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This a general outlook problem and a known issue (I don't believe there is a fix for this yet). The work around is to turn Cached Exchange mode off. If this isn't practical then you will have to wait for MS to fix it, which may take some time.

Here's some more info on the problem:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrclients/thread/8824e170-c833-4722-91ac-00e2c107a826/
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He's right no fix for it yet but to remove cache mode.
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