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Thread: Zimbra connector doesnt pull down all the account sub-folders down

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    Default Zimbra connector doesnt pull down all the account sub-folders down

    Hi,

    Using office 07

    I setup my account fine using ZimbraOlkConnector-5.0.19_GA_3082_5.0.3141.19.msi but when I open another account from within outlook by going to File - Open - Other User mailbox it setup the account fine but its missing in particular sub-folder within the account.

    I have checked with other people and then are seeing the folder fine on there outlook. I am using the same connector and same version of office. But it wont display folder on my pc.

    Anybody know how to resolve this

    By the way I have tried repairing office , removed the mail profile and re-installing Zimbra but it keeps on doing the same thing when I setup the account.

    Help

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    I guess you don't want this in the Zimbra Desktop forum? I'll move it for you.
    Regards


    Bill


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