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Multiply Emails While POPing/Through Exchange

I have an employee that POP's through exchange and when he opens outlook he gets multiply emails only at application startup, I have configured Trend Internet Serurity to not scan email as our exchange scans them prehand, and I have him set to save a copy for 10 days on the server incase of a booboo. Any sugestions would be greatly appriciated.

Thank you,
Chuck
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spyordie007Commented:
Almost certainly going to be an Outlook issue.

Some simple troubleshooting, have you tried creating a new Outlook profile?
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OneBlindMiceAuthor Commented:
Yes I have, sorry I did not mention that on the original post. I really cant change leave a copy for 10 days either, which was a few suggestions from other sites to not leave a copy, if that funtion does not work proper why have it as an option?

Thank you,
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spyordie007Commented:
The Outlook function to "leave a copy on the server" should work fine, sounds like you're having several issues with Outlook...
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OneBlindMiceAuthor Commented:
I hope just one issue with multiply emailsd, I have 10 others that POP and none have that issue.

Thank you,
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spyordie007Commented:
Great, so have you tried recreating the Outlook profile on that machine?
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OneBlindMiceAuthor Commented:
Trend Micro was still scanning incoming emails even after I opt it not too,  I uninstalled Trend and added Kasperski, which seems to be more affective and does not lag the machine when scanning.

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