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OWA Sent Items folder showing "From" column

Posted on 2007-03-23
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We have Exchange 2003 Standard Edition running on Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition. For one user, her Sent Items folder shows the "From" field instead of the "To" field when she uses OWA. All other users show the "To" field when using OWA. I figured that maybe her Outlook client was set up this way and OWA was picking up the setting that way, but that is not the case.

1) Any idea why this one user is showing the "From" column instead of "To" in the OWA Sent Items folder?
2) How do I fix it?
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Question by:bostoncybertech
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by:aissim
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Is there an expandable + sign next to each From....or is the From column truly across the top next to the attachment symbol, Subject, etc. ?
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by:bostoncybertech
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It's the latter. It looks exactly as I'd expect it to, except there is a From: column instead of a To: column.
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aissim earned 250 total points
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Try this:
In OWA, while in the Sent Items folder, at the top of the screen from left to right will be the Office Logo followed by 'Outlook Web Access'...to the right of that will be 'Sent Items'...and to the right of that will be a smaller drop down in parentheses. I'm guessing this user has hers set to Messages, if you click the down arrow and select "Sent To" it should return to normal.
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by:bostoncybertech
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Bingo. Thanks so much, Aissim! I can't believe I missed that...
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