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When you have configured multiple accounts in Outlook 2002 (for example, a Microsoft Exchange Account, a Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) Account, a Outlook.com Account, and an Internet Messaging Access Protocol (IMAP) account), you may receive the following error message when you click Send All on the Tools menu, click Send/Receive, and then click Send All.
If you click the Details button, a reference to the server, the protocol, and the port number appears. The Unique Identifier number (UID), as it was previously listed, also appears with the next sequential UID.
Your Server has Reported a UID which does not Comply with the IMAP Standard. This typically indicates a server bug. Your Program may not function properly after this.
This behavior occurs because the UID that is generated by the server gave a previous UID number, when it should have used the next one. The cause of this behavior is unknown at this time.
To resolve this behavior, remove the IMAP account and create a new one.
How to Remove an IMAP Account
How to Create an IMAP Account
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Article ID: 294779 - Last Review: September 12, 2013 - Revision: 1.0