We use Exchange 2000 and Outlook 2002. My boss frequently gets Message
Conflict notifications from the System Administrator. It says there are
conflicting edits to a message, and that he must resolve them. As far as I
can tell, no one is editing these messages, other than to read, reply,
forward and delete them. My boss has two computers, one at work and one at
home. Both have Outlook 2002, Offline Folder Access, are on all day but
turned off at night, and synchronize throughout the day at 5 or 15 minute
intervals. Only a few messages generate the Message Conflicts, and I can
see no pattern as to which ones do it.
Anyone recognize this problem? I assume it is related to the
synchronization setup, since this is the only user who has this problem. Is
there any way to configure the client or server to automatically resolve
these conflicts without his intervention? Is there any way to get exact
info on what the server recognizes as being different between the two
conflicting messages? I can see no difference myself.