Upload Table State

Office 2013 and later

Last modified: July 23, 2011

Applies to: Outlook

This topic describes what happens during the upload table state of the replication state machine.

State Identifier:


Related Data Structure:


From this state:

Synchronize contents state

To this state:

Upload message state, upload delete status state, upload read status state, or synchronize contents state

Note Note

The replication state machine is a deterministic state machine. A client departing from one state to another must eventually return to the former from the latter.

This state initiates uploading the contents of a folder that has been specified in a preceding synchronize contents state. The folder can be a mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, or journal folder. During this state, Outlook creates a list of items that have been added, modified, moved, deleted, or marked as read, and prepares the appropriate internal information for the corresponding upload message state, upload delete status state, or upload read status state.

When this state ends, Outlook marks the folder as having its contents synchronized, so that the contents will not be uploaded again until another modification is made. The local store returns to the synchronize contents state.