Configuration file contents

The configuration file contains a hierarchy of XML elements that control all synchronization features. Your own file must follow the prescribed structure so the synchronizer service can properly parse your file, but you need to include only those elements that specify the properties you want to use.

Numeric settings are expressed as element values between the opening and closing tags. Boolean settings, filenames, and database fields are assigned to element attributes. The mm-sync service uses system default values for any required settings it can't find in the configuration file or for those that have invalid values.

The configuration file consists of the XML version declaration (e.g., <?xml version="1.0" ?>) followed by the <Configuration> root element, which contains all other elements.