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losing unread e-mails

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one user is complaining that she is losing unread e-mails. Exchange 2007
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Not much to go on. It may be junk mail or a rule setup to send to another folder. Also if the mailbox store is set to a personal folder, the mail maybe getting stored in her personal folder inbox.
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where would I find the rule setup? I'm not getting much from the user either. Except that the e-mails disappear & not to the delete area
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thanks
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