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Posted on 2012-03-17
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I have two mailboxes in Outlook 2010.  One for my in-house exchange server, and one for a Gmail account.  When I do send/receive in either email box, it takes about 10 seconds to process “synchronizing subscribed folders”.  

Is there a way to speed that up?
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1. Have less subscribed folders
2. Have less messages in your subscribed folders.
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You could also try turning off cached exchange mode
This should speed up the process quite a bit for you

I would also check that you have the latest Office 2010 SP installed
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2460049
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The reason I chose C for this answer is because the ideas offered we some I already considered.  I solved this problem myself by changing my IMAP Gmail account to a POP3 with the Gmail emails going to the same inbox as my Exchange server email.  Thanks!
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If you found a solution yourself, that suites your needs best.

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