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sent items missing in new outlook profile

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I setup a new outlook profile on a user's laptop and outlook populate his inbox but didn't populate his send items. My questions is, are sent items saved in exchange or on the local PC?
The laptop was completely blown away and totally rebuilt. Using Outlook 2003 in cache mode and XP Pro with Exchange 2003 backend.
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LeeDerbyshire earned 50 total points
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Sent Items are usually stored on the server, unless the old laptop had an Outlook Profile configured to store items in Personal Folders.
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The sent items folder is stored on the Exchange server. Try turning off cached mode.
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Thank you.
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