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Folder Erasing on Exchange 2007 Mailbox..

Posted on 2008-10-06
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This is bizarre; I have a user who has a folder that keeps erasing every few weeks; I'm sure she isn't forgetting and deleting it by mistake (She's a Top Level Manager in IT) so the folder just vanishes every few weeks. It's not critical stuff, but its a pain everytime it happens, and I don't hear of anyone else with this happening to.

I checked her perms and no one except admins have access to her mailbox, and she has no delegates either.

Any ideas? We are running Exchange 2007 SP1
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Are the folders missing when the user logs into OWA?
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I don't know but when I log into her mailbox on one of my terminal boxes the folder is in fact missing.
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