If the server is set with all the prerequisites, then the user can access the
My Tasks page by navigating to his or her Personal page and then clicking the
Task link in the left column.
When a user navigates to the SharePoint’s My Task area, that user can find the
Sync to Outlook button in the Tasks pane of the ribbon.
After clicking that button, the opt-in dialog box is shown. Select the
Sync tasks check box to opt in.
When try to synchronize My Tasks with Outlook 2010 you get the following error:
We weren’t able to start syncing your tasks because one or more prerequisites for connection to Exchange server could not be found. Please contact your Administrator to resolve the issue.
A search on the internet gave me this blog post:(http://netwovenblogs.com/2013/07/27/sharepoint-2013-outlook-tasks-synchronization-issue) who confirms that
I need the following prerequisites:
Strange issue isn’t it? This is also meaning that all the corporates using Office 2007 or Office 2010 couldn’t synchronize any task list anymore.
According to Microsoft TechNet: Before you begin this operation, we have review the following information about prerequisites:
After a while of searching we could found that Integration between SharePoint Server and Exchange Server can only be disabled on-premises who will resolve our issue. To disable it, you turn off the
Farm Level Exchange Task Sync feature by going to Central Administration è
Manage farm features. This action deletes the timer job and disables the UI integration, bringing back the legacy sync behavior to Outlook.
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