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Message only shows up in the inbox if its marked unread?

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I have a user that if he goes in OWA, no messages show in his inbox unless they are marked unread.. However if he uses Outlook Express and the IMAP protocol, he can see all his messages.  Any help would be appreciated.

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In OWA, at the top of the window, you should see "Inbox" beside the Outlook Web Access logo and beside that (Unread Messages). Click (Unread Messages) and choose "Messages" from the drop-down list.

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That easy :) Thanks
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