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Synch warning When synchronizing, I get the message "Your Outlook Profile Has Changed. Hotsynch will perform a Recovery Synchronization. This may result in duplicate entries."

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Re: Synch warning

Go to your outlook profile on your pc and find out what changed or the files will end up in two profiles. Depending on how much memory you have left........

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