Sent e-mail sometimes stored in personal folder instead of Exchange mailbox

Posted on 2008-11-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-05

We have setup a Small Business Server 2003 with Exchange.

The Exchange mailbox is default datafile, and all incomming mail are comming to Exchange inbox. The strange thing is that sent e-mail sometimes (happens every day) comes to a personal folder (used as archive). There are no rules setup in Outlook (2003)... Note that POP3 is setup in Outlook downloading to the Exchange database.

Thanks in advance.
Question by:henriklundin
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    I have seen this once before and to fix we rebuilt the users mail profile.

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    Thanks we will try this.

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