‘ The subject Synchronization Log ’

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As I have to move to Office 365 frequently, I rub out a message in Outlook 2010. Whenever I start I see the following message, which contains ‘the subject Synchronization Log’.

It comes almost half the way down.

The screenshot is given below.

11:00:32 Synchronization of some deletions failed.

11:00:32                                 [0-130]

How can I stop receiving these emails. I've created multiple rules to try to deal with them and no luck.

I'm on the Small Business plan, if that makes a difference

I want to stop getting these messages. At present, I want to know what I should do so that I will no longer have to receive these emails. Although I have tried my level best to deal with this problem, none of my attempts was ever successful;

Will you please give a solution?

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‘ The subject Synchronization Log ’



I think the problem here is not with the application’s configuration but with Microsoft Office Outlook itself. Maybe during your previous sessions with it, it encountered data corruption while it is running and you are experiencing the result right now. But you may still check the program’s configuration by going to its settings. Verify each and every option enabled if they should be kept activated and disable the rest of the options that should not be running.

If changing its configuration seems to have no effect then maybe you should try doing a clean installation of the program. This is to restore it to its default configuration and fix any corrupted or missing files that were causing the errors now. Uninstall Microsoft Office Outlook then restart your machine when asked. After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Install the program again then check if this fixes the problem.

If Microsoft Office Outlook is part of the Microsoft Office package, remove only this feature from the whole package and leave the rest of the programs as it is.

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