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Microsoft Outlook / Exchange emails disappeared

Posted on 2009-05-05
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I am running exchange 2003 as my mail server.  I have outlook as my client on my workstation.  The other day i also setup outlook on my laptop.  Both the laptop and workstation mail profiles are setup to use exchange not POP or anything else.  Since I setup my laptop outlook all of the emails in my inbox are gone from my workstation and they only appear on my laptop.  How do I get them back onto my workstation?
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Sounds like the delivery location is set to Personal Folder rather than mailbox.
Change the delivery location back to Mailbox on the machine that has all of the emails and then import the email using the Import wizard in Outlook from the PST file. The email will then be pushed back up to the server and downloaded by the other machine.

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