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ESM number of items in Mailbox

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I have exchange 2003 server with Outlook 2003 on our workstations. When I go into ESM and look at my mailbox it says that I have 3800 items, but when I go into Outlook and add up all my folders including the archive folders I only have 1600 items. What am I missing, where are the other 2200 items?
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i believe that the ESM item count consists of ALL items under the mailbox, which includes calendar items, notes, journal items, contacts, etc.  Correct me if i am wrong anyone.
Billy
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Not unusual.
You cannot see everything. The item count is mail, calendar, contacts, notes, hidden objects related to the mailbox etc.

Simon.
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OK thanks.
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