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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Controlling Synchronization and Send/Receive Times

Outlook 2007 uses send and receive groups (or send/receive groups) to control when messages are sent and received for specific e-mail accounts. You can also use send/receive groups to define the types of items that Outlook 2007 synchronizes. Synchronization is the process in which Outlook 2007 synchronizes the local copy of your folders with your Exchange Server message store. For example, assume that while you were working offline you created several new e-mail messages and scheduled a few events. You connect to the Exchange Server and perform a synchronization. Outlook 2007 uploads to your Exchange Server the changes you made locally and also downloads changes from the server to your local store, ...

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