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Recently got a new laptop with Vista 64bit and it seems to be some strange problems with Outlook2007 and the offline connector.
When Outlook is running everything seems fine and the local messagestore is updated when a new mail is received.
The problem apperas after the laptop wakes up from suspend-mode or a shutdown. When outlook restarts it does not synchronize with the server messagestore and the mails that was received during that time will not be shown in outlook but exists in the webmail interface.
When this happens I can go to the webmail interface and change the read-status of the mails and then they directly apperas in outlook too.

Anyone that have any suggestions? :-S


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I'm running KOFF on Outlook 2007 in Vista 64bit edition as well, however I don't have any issues. I'm running on a desktop without power saving so I can't help you there.
I assume it's just interupting it's connection to the mailserver.
Does it work if you restart outlook without logging into the webmail first?
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