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ombwatch

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A user has received a couple of "synchronization conflict" messages like this:

"There was a synchronization conflict concerning the 'subject line' message in the 'Inbox' folder. The message had been both modified in Outlook and deleted on the server. As a solution, the message has been moved to the 'Conflicts' folder."

Question: where is the "Conflicts folder" ? It is not visible in the user's mailbox, or the public folders, or in the message store file system, as far as I can tell.
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Lyle M

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ombwatch wrote on Thu, 02 October 2008 12:31

A user has received a couple of "synchronization conflict" messages like this:

"There was a synchronization conflict concerning the 'subject line' message in the 'Inbox' folder. The message had been both modified in Outlook and deleted on the server. As a solution, the message has been moved to the 'Conflicts' folder."

Question: where is the "Conflicts folder" ? It is not visible in the user's mailbox, or the public folders, or in the message store file system, as far as I can tell.


It's supposed to be in-line with the Inbox under the "all folders" folder list. I had tons of conflict warnings and no conflicts folder either. After about 5 minutes of synching (I hadn't launched Outlook 2003 in about 2 months), the Conflicts folder magically appeared between Calendar and Contacts.

Properties indicate its location as: \\Mailbox of "user".

Good luck,
Lyle Millander
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