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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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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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