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after a SBS Exchange 2003 migration a certain user's email regenerates months later when the server is rebooted

Back in April of 2008 we did a swing migration of Windows SBS 2003 to a new server. We had major issues with the exchange store which required a microsoft support case. Since then everything seems to be fine. However each time we reboot the server, email from one user that was sent during the week of the migration regenerates to all receptiants she had orginally sent it too. With a date of 4/12 -4/25/08.

The server queues are empty no messages frozen or held up. Any ideas on why this would only be happening to one users mailbox.
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wccbrio
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Exchange_GeekCommented:
Under such circumstance - I would only check two things.

1) Does the message ID match the older message (So, the message sent in yester years matches the message recently dispatched again).

2) Re-check the above step again :)

Reason, why this is so important - since if the message ID is same - please delete your SMTP Temp Tables - if the message ID differs - this could be caused by corrupt OL files / mailbox corruption.
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wccbrioAuthor Commented:
deleted SMTP temp table and restarted services, server will reboot without sending the messages, thanks
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