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Inbox missing in OWA but not Outlook

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I have an end user who uses Outlook Web Access quite a bit, and he tells me that his inbox has disappeared from OWA though he is able to access it from Outlook.  His Deleted Items and junk mail folder are there, but not his inbox.  What can I do to correct this?
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Hi,
looks like an issue with the users settings on the options in outlook web access page.check his OWA login from any other machine .
In a similar case i had to delete his profile and create it again, nothing else worked.

Update your findings.
thanks.
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