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Old 03-13-2007, 05:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone.
Hope someone can help.

My boss has a blackberry synchronising with Outlook 2002 on his PC.

He currently has a conflict message regarding a calendar entry, which he said happens sometimes. He usually clicks OK and the synchronisation begins.

However, now a DISK FULL window is displayed with the following message:-

"There is no more disk space to write the following history file:

c:\docume~1\boss's name\applic~1\resear~1\blackb~1\intellisync\\24f72 e52\1.wrk

Please free up some disk space on the specified drive by deleting unneeded files and press Retry, or press Cancel to terminate."


There is plenty of space on his C drive - like 40Gb, and I've also cleared out temporary internet files. Will emptying recycle bin and defragging possibly help?

It sounds like a Windows problem rather than a blackberry one but I can't be sure - I may be going down the wrong road completely.

Is there a quick fix for this or if anyone has any ideas to help I would be most grateful.

Many thanks
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Old 03-13-2007, 06:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I am thinking it might be an Outlook issue. Here is a link: You receive an "Out of memory" error message when you try to save a file

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