Incessant Synchronisation Log emails

Had to re-build an SBS2003 server last month. Went well with all workstations now connected ok and email flowing between the Exchange server & Oulook.
On one workstation however, although everything is operating normally including email,  an email is received once every minute of every day with the message I've copied below. Have deleted & re-created the Exchange account via Control Panel but they still keep flooding in. Only affecting this one workstation which otherwise is operating and performing perfectly normally. What's causing them and can they be stopped?

From: Reception 1
Sent: 11 February 2014 18:32
To: Reception 1
Subject: Synchronization Log:
Importance: High

18:32:01 Synchronizer Version 11.0.5604

18:32:01 Synchronizing Mailbox 'Reception 1'

18:32:01 Synchronizing Hierarchy

18:32:01 Terminated in error

18:32:01                 [8004010F-501-8004010F-940]

18:32:01                 The client operation failed.

18:32:01                 Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store

18:32:01                 For more information on this failure, click the URL below:
laurencoullAsked:
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyConnect With a Mentor Principal ConsultantCommented:
OK... since you rebuilt your server, it is possible that the "Organizational Forms" library is causing a mismatch of credentials.

Check out this KB article and follow the steps to either reset or recreate the forms library in Exchange 2003:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/162703

If that doesn't resolve it, then the Fix-IT in this KB article should do it:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842284
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Olaf De CeusterCommented:
Is this still happening if you start a new email profile to a new data file?
Olaf
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
As Olaf suggested, this error is usually caused by a corrupt .ost file.  The easiest way to resolve is to delete the user's local Outlook profile and create a new one.  Alternatively, just delete the .ost file and let it recreate which may resolve the problem.

Jeff
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laurencoullAuthor Commented:
OK: Deleted & re-created the Profile but they're still flooding in
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Are there any other data files configured for this Outlook profile?  Such as a local .pst folder?  Because the 8004010F error generally indicates that the data file cannot be accessed.

Jeff
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laurencoullAuthor Commented:
Yes there is a local pst folder which I had to re-create after I deleted & re-created the profile. So do you think it may be the local pst file which is unable to be accessed?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
How did you "re-create" the .pst file?

Yes, I'm almost positive that is the problem.
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laurencoullAuthor Commented:
Control Panel / Mail / Data Files
Then imported from backup pst
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laurencoullAuthor Commented:
Right: Tried following the first link and got as far as where it says "5.Expand EFORMS REGISTRY" where I find there is no Plus sign against it to expand.
I then followed the link 244591 in the paragraph beginning "If the Organizational Forms folder has been deleted..."  and got to step "10.Enter a name for your Organizational Form" but wasn't sure if there is any specific name I should call it?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
I think you should have gone beyond 244591 and use the Guidgen.exe tool as described further down -- and in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822444
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