Outlook 2010 Sync Issues

I have a user on Windows 7 64bit using Outlook 2010 32bit in cached mode who gets an email about sync issues everyday. The backend is Exchange 2013 CU3 in a two node DAG. This user was migrated in March from Exchange 2007. So far we have recreated her local mail profile and applied hotfix http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2606009 which addressed another sync error she was getting. Somewhat at a loss as far as next steps. Error screen capture is attached.
cornfedkillerAsked:
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comfortjeaniusCommented:
Error screen capture is attached.
Where is the attached screenshot?
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cornfedkillerAuthor Commented:
Sorry about that. Id10t error on my part.
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
Sounds like mailbox corruption. Do you have more than one database? If so, move the user to a new database. That normally strips away most corruption items.
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cornfedkillerAuthor Commented:
I have moved the mailbox to another data store. Waiting to here from the user if this has resolved the issue.
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cornfedkillerAuthor Commented:
Migrating the Mailbox did stop this particular sync issue from happening. She is getting a completely different sync email that was occurring prior that still happens with another users calendar, but appears unrelated.
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