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Received mail is automically sent to my deleted folder

For some reason one of my users mail is sending all new messages to there deleted folder.   I am using outlook 2000 and exchange 2000.   There are no rules defined.   ALthough that is exactly what it looks like.   The message hits the inbox first and then is moved to the deleted folder.

Any ideas?

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GothmogCommented:
Any possibility that the user has webmail and the rule is on the webmail?
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Zoldy2000Author Commented:
I checked I don't see that you can even configure rules with the web client...  if so where is it?
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GothmogCommented:
Sorry I wasn't being specific (didnt think). You can configure rules on Outlook Web Access I dont know about other types of rules but I am pretty sure some of them does have rules.
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GothmogCommented:
I meant other types of webmail.
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Zoldy2000Author Commented:
I logged onto the webclient and I don't see a rules option..  am I missing it?
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GothmogCommented:
Is it OWA?
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Zoldy2000Author Commented:
Yes...
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GothmogCommented:
In the bar on your left hand side where it has icons for Mail, Calendar, Contacts, etc. you should see a icon that sortof looks like a open folder that would be the rules.
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Zoldy2000Author Commented:
are you sure that is availble on exchange 2000?
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