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users getting other users email, can't get previous email after fix

Posted on 2003-11-18
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When any user logs onto a certain machine, he/she gets a different user's e-mail.

Removing/redoing connection to Exchange Server fixes the problem, but after I did that, the user I was working with didn't get any e-mail that was in her mailbox up to that moment; it seems not to be on the Exchange server. But there is no pst file involved!

Using Windows 2000, Outlook 2000, Exchange Server 5.5
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How is configured the Delivery option when you recreated the profile?
Was it set to None or mailbox - so and so?
Tools/services/exchange server/properties/Delivery tab

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by:Voice
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Sorry, I fixed the problem and am withdrawing the question.
points will not be awarded.

I was wrong about there not being a pst folder involved; several users were connecting to one pst file in a wierd place on the hard drive.

50 points for answering anyhow.
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