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Outlook Sync Failed



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ronnyrussell

Posted: Feb 04, 2009
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I am runnning VISTA and Outlook 2007. I receive the error listed below when attempting to sync. When I first in stalled the software, it would sync perfectly. Later, w/o any changes of which I am aware, I began receiving the error below. I have tried every suggestion list on this forum, but to no avail.:


SyncApp.exe Information: 0 :
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 :
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : ----------------------------------------------------
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : ToodledoSyncApp Version 0.9.9.3
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : Please do not post these trace logs to the Toodledo Forums
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : ----------------------------------------------------
SyncApp.exe Information: 0 : SynchLib:synchronizeTasks() method called
SyncApp.exe Error: 0 : OutlookProxy:initialize() initialization error Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {0006F03A-0000-0000-C000-000000000046} failed due to the following error: 800702e4. at OutlookClientLib.OutlookProxy.initialize()
SyncApp.exe Error: 0 : Error during synchronization: Could not initialize outlook proxy
at OutlookClientLib.OutlookProxy.initialize()
at OutlookClientLib.OutlookProxy.initializeInstance()
at SynchLib.SyncTool.synchronizeTasks()
at SyncApp.frmMain.performSync()
keef

Posted: Feb 04, 2009
Score: 0



Have you tried disabling User Access Control? This error code seems to be a Vista security error message. Perhaps this problem was created by Windows Update 'tightening' up your security.

Also, have you tried running the app + Outlook as an Administrator?

keef
ronnyrussell

Posted: Feb 04, 2009
Score: 0



Keef,

Wow. Disabling the User Access Control worked! Thank you!!

Am I opening myself up for a security risk?

Ronny
keef

Posted: Feb 04, 2009
Score: 0



Your machine is technically less secure with uac disabled, but it isn't something I would worry about if you have decent anti-virus software installed and have Windows firewall enabled. Obviously the choice is up to you.
I'd suggest Googling for more information so that you can assess the marginal risk yourself.

keef
ronnyrussell

Posted: Feb 04, 2009
Score: 0



I think I'm cool with it.

Thank you again for your help!

Ronny
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