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outlook tasks not syncing between Outlook and Outlook cached mode

Posted on 2011-03-23
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We are using Exchange 2003 with Outlook 2007 in cached mode. One of my users also logs in via remote desktop to a terminal server. On the terminal server Outlook is not in cached mode.

When she completes a task at her desktop in cached mode and deletes it the task will still show up in terminal services when she is directly connected to Exchange.

I've searched around but it's hard to get through the number of posts of people trying to sync tasks to various devices. I've seen issues where mail or contacts won't sync properly but not tasks. Any everything else is working.
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by:e_aravind
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what is the resposne @ OWA

Are we allowing some time @ the Outlook CachedExchagneMode machine to sync-up with Exchange store?
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by:AJNS
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This has been on going so lots of time has passed.

In OWA the tasks are in sync and have been deleted properly. So it's just in Outlook on TS.
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by:AJNS
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Any other thoughts? I removed Outlook from the client profile on the terminal server and then set it back up and it still happens.
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I ended up deleting the users profile from the terminal server and recreating it. That solved the problem.
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by:AJNS
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This solved the problem.
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