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i have a user that connects to exchange 2003 withhis outlook 2003. it is in cach mode my question is if i give him a new computer and just set him uyp to the server will all his info be there?
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Yes all of his information will be in there.
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However, I would click on send receive one last time on the old computer just to synchronize it all for sure
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Send receive is on the menu bar of outlook
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Chached mode simply means that the data from the server is stored on a local file (OST) for quicker access times.  All the folders (if the default delivery location is set to the mailbox store and NOT a PST) are kept on the server.  When you log into the new machine and create the new OST, all of the folders will be rebuilt on the local cache from the Exchange store.  As stated above it wouldn't hurt to perform a send/receive before you make the transition.
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