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Multiple System Cleanup Folders

Posted on 2006-11-03
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We use the Recipient Policies on Exchange 2003 SP2, where items in the Inbox older than 90 days are moved to System Cleanup folders which are then deleted 30 days later.  I have one user who (using Outlook 2003) has been getting multiple System Cleanup folders, when there is supposed to be only one.  How can I clear this up?

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maybe u shpuld try creating another outlook  profile and see if that would help..
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This worked great!  Thanks!
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