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Exchange 5.5 and Outlook 2003 / Syncing Question

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Hello,

We currently use Exchange 5.5 (Upgrading Soon) and Outlook 2003. One in house lawyer has 4 gig of mail in folders on the Exchange server. Outlook 2003 seems to set to automatically sync the email to the local drive, how can I turn this feature off in Outlook 2003?

Thanks for your help,

Chris B
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From Outlook profile > Select Exchange account > Change button > Uncheck "use cached exchange mode"
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