outlook 2013 Error synchronizing folder


I have an 2003 server running exchange 2003, I have just installed a new computer with office 2013.
I know 2013 wont work the normal way with out exchange server but I did manage to set it up using Imap and it was working but now its not and I receive the following error

10:50:10 Synchronizer Version 15.0.4535.1000
10:50:10 Synchronizing Mailbox *@*.co.uk
10:50:10 Synchronizing Hierarchy
10:50:10 Error synchronizing folder
10:50:10              [8004010F-0-0-720]
10:50:10 Terminated in error
10:50:10              [8004010F-0-0-720]
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Please check this post from "Kalworg"..it may help, but seems like a common unresolved issue;;

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Alternatively check the post by "Anmelden"..it may also help..


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total123Author Commented:
read posts, looks like it is an on going issue.

thanks for your help
Hello Total123
Thankyou for the points...maybe you can check this link also...there are definitely some bugs and failures of these systems.

MS Forum on the issues

Unfortunately too much work goes into the "pretty pretty" and the functionality comes a distant # 2.  My outlook when using 2010 in x64 would always crash when entering a password for an account.  Obviously not rocket science to resolve...but The best advice I received was to uninstall everything x64 and then reinstall office as x32.  On scale of 1 to lame it was right up there.  This is exactly what i thought patches were supposed to fix...not just plugging security holes.

In relation to your issue you may find a solution but most forums tend to end without any resolution...  Good luck and thank you for the points.  cheers Aaron
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