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OWA in Exchange2007 shows sent messages in the Outbox.

Hi,
OWA2007 shows already-sent messages in the Outbox. These messages in the Outbox are ones which were sent from Outlook2003/2007. These messages have already been successfully sent and received. In Outlook2007/2003 these messages are in SentItems-folder (not in Outbox).

Has someone come accross this problem ? Thanks in advance for your hints.
With Regards, GWAV
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SurajCommented:
Could be a logical corruption of the database. Can you run isinteg -server <Exchange server name> -fix -test -all tests after dismounting the mailbox store?

This would fix the issue.

Thanks,
x-sam
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gupnitCommented:
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gupnitCommented:
Also Refer: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/948984/
Thanks
Nitin
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szwyCommented:
first make sure the recipient has received the email
then check your client connectivity with Exchange and make sure routing is working.
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SurajCommented:
Isinteg will help you for sure.. is this for single user or all the users?
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GWAVAuthor Commented:
Ok. thanks. this happening for some users. I wil check suggested solutions.
Rgrds, GWAV
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GWAVAuthor Commented:
I will try the suggested solution.
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SurajCommented:
May i know the reason why are you closing the Question?  i had suggested some steps..
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