The server was updated this week to fix the 100% CPU error that users were
seeing. Can you confirm that you don't see 100% CPU for 2.5 minutes before
the error dialog comes up?
I'd guess you're hitting a different issue. Can you turn on calendar logging
(tools->options->Advanced->Maintence->calendar check box) cause a failed
calendar sync and send me(geoffcl@xxxxxx) your windowlivemail.log
file? I can help figure out what's going on.
Your logfile is at:
C:\Documents and Settings\USER_NAME\Local Settings\Application
Data\Microsoft\Windows Live Mail\WindowLiveMail.log (xp)
"Oldroboman" <Oldroboman@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I have exactly the same problem as R Clark73, and have posted error
> to microsoft, I have received replies BUT the replies send me to a BLANK
> page!! so apart from this 'we are working on it' is the only replies Ive
> able to see. and the error as Mr Clark says is bloody annoying...... WHEN
> will you increase the space as its been OVER A MONTH now.
> "R.Clark73" wrote:
>> I am also getting "There was an error when attempting to connect to the
>> Windows Live Calendar service. If the error persists, check to see if
>> an upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
>> representative." each time I check my mail. Is there anyway I can
>> the calendar service and just keep Windows Live Mail. I have no need of
>> calendar and it is becoming a real nuisance.
>> "Geoff Clark [MSFT]" wrote:
>> > This is a known issue that we're working on. We are hitting capacity
>> > limits
>> > on our servers and are working to increase capacity.
>> > > I have been getting "There was an error when attempting to connect to
>> > > the
>> > > Windows Live Calendar service. If the error persists, check to see if
>> > > there's
>> > > an upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
>> > > representative."
>> > >
>> > > Any help appreciated.....
>> > > --
>> > >
>> > > =================
>> > > Charles