I'm on Windows 7, Outlook 2010. I installed and used the Zimbra Outlook connector here at our company before, and got it to work then, with the same OS/Outlook version. That was with connector 184.108.40.20607. The only thing then was that during the initial sync, Outlook would crash after about 30-60 seconds, but once restarted, resume the initial sync. I do have a couple thousand Emails, so it did take several dozen restarts. Once the initial sync was done, everything worked great.
But currently, I have a bigger problem: I moved to a new computer, and now suddenly, when installing connector 220.127.116.1107 (x86), the initial sync does not work correctly any more: Same behavior as described above, frequent re-starts of Outlook required, eventually it would finish the sync. But now all my Calendar data is gone! Mails are here, but the Calendar is empty.
So I tried it with the newer connector, 18.104.22.16847 (x86). With this, Outlook does not crash. I can see my calendar entries. I can see some of my Emails, but the initial sync window is still open, with new entries "Zimbra - Jörg Ewald - Synchronising" being constantly added, but all of them seem to fail, and they go away again. This has been running now for 15 hours, the progress bar is still at about 5%, I'd guess.
Also, every minute, an Email is added to my Inbox:
This e-mail was generated for technical support purposes.
Sync Type: Initial Sync
Sync Token (before request): 366677
Sync Token (most current): 366677
Store: Zimbra - Jörg Ewald
Computer Name: LAP-JOERG7
ZCO Version: 22.214.171.12447
Server Version: 7.1.3_GA_3374
-1 : Multiple exceptions. Unable to get id. Skipping entire SyncResponse. Error code: -1073741819
Attached is a file sync_response.xml, which I attach to this post.
Any idea what's going on here? I already uninstalled the connectors several times. When I do this, I also remove all the Zimbra files from my User directory, remove all the Zimbra entries from the Registry and remove the Zimbra profile from Outlook. But the behavior afterwards is the same, every time.
Thanks for your help!