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In a server 2003 environment, we sync our My Documents folder to the server. One user's account, when logging off, takes an enourmous amount of time to complete syncronize and he gets these errors repeatedly in the error log: offline files [servernameusersusermy docs]UNABLE TO MAKE READING.mdb available offline. Any suggestions as to what I can do to speed this up??? Thank you.

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It has been our experience (and I believe this is documented with Microsoft’s file synchronization) that not only .mdb files cannot or do not synchronize for offline use, but if you have a .pst file in their “My documents” folder, these will also not synchronize. I will see if I can get the information we have read on this issue.

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  • Rebelringo
    Please realize that the error itself is not the main concern but the fact that sync takes up to 20 minutes instead of seconds to complete when logging off unless the error is contributing to this. Thank you.
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