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    Are notes in outlook sync'ed up to the server? Even if they are not displayed in the web client.

    Just curious, because I'd like to know if I have a user running on a laptop who regularly uses outlook notes features, and his hard drive dies, should I expect to be able to get the notes back like I currently do with the e-mail when I resync him with the zimbra outlook connector on a new machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyRo View Post
    Are notes in outlook sync'ed up to the server? Even if they are not displayed in the web client.
    I believe they're not at the moment, there's also an RFE in bugzilla if you'd care to search and vote for it.
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