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Can not access a re-enabled account's mailbox

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I am trying to access an account’s mailbox that has been disabled for a period of time. I enabled it and was able to log into a computer using its user name and password however could not access its mailbox using outlook nor does OWA, an error generate stating “Could no open you default mailbox, you do not have permission. User’s mailbox is visible in the System Manager and I checked mailbox permission in its property in Active Directory.

For testing purposes, I disabled a test account and tried to access its mailbox using OWA and WAS ABLE TO.  Please assist me on this.
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Just wait i think the replication will occur and will solve the problem.  Another things, you can force the replication of your server.

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