Outlook 2007 and Task Bar Not Displaying All Folders Are Up To Date

We are converting some of our users to Office 2007.  We are using an Exchange 2003 Server.  Outlook 2007 does display the Task Bar, but it only displays send/receive status during an actual send and receive process.  Outlook 2003 and some of our previous Outlook 2007 installations display All Folders Are Up To Date on the right-hand side of the Task Bar.   We are no longer seeing the "All folders are up to date" message in the Task Bar, and we would like to have this turned back.  How can we get this back?
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, farminsure.

Right-click the Outlook icon in the system tray.  When the menu appears are the top three selections (Show Microsoft Exchange Messages, Show Network Warnings, and Show Network Connectivity Changes) all checked?

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