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local mail back to exchange server

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I have a problem, by accident in the outlook setup for email accounts, i selected my exchange server account and send mail to "Personal Folders". But it should have stayed on the exchange server.

Now all my mail i localy and not on the server anymore...

So how do i get my local email back on the exchange server, so i can see my mail with internet mail ?!


thx for the help
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using office 2003 with XP & windows server 2003
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1) Make sure that new mail is no longer going to the personal folder.
2) Select all your mail.  Then copy it into your exchange inbox, just using copy and past inside outlook.

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