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I am running a Microsoft Exchange 2000 server with Outlook Web Access.  We have several clients at a remote site who are not linked via VPN (or otherwise) who use this as a primary means of checking their company mail.  Lately, several of these clients attempt to login to their mailboxes and other users (from the same location) mailboxes will appear.  This is obviously a major problem.  The users are working on their own machines...so it's not a local caching issue.

Could the router be caching this information?..or might this be an issue on the exchange server itself.

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
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What do you have for a router/firewall at the remote site?
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It is a BASCOM router/content filter/firewall
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Your BASCOM is caching the content.  See if there is a way of turning the caching off on the BASCOM.  Is this one of their old Linux based IQ2 units?
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I bypassed the proxy for only our mail server IP and it solved the problem.  Thanks.
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