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Have two Inbox in two different laguanges in Exchange 2003, how to choose the one I want?

Posted on 2009-05-15
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I have an account user in Exchange 2003, the folder names where on english and my client needs them on spanish, then I used the "Outlook.exe /resetfoldernames", and I did get the contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes created in spanish, so I moved all the info from the english folders to the spanish ones. then, at first I didn´t get the Inbox not Send Items created in spanish, but after a day a folder "Inbox" appeared in spanish, now I have two folders "Inbox" and "Bandeja de entrada (Inbox in spanish)", how can I choose in exchange 2003 that the new mails is delivered to "Bandeja de entrada" and not "Inbox", also for the "send items".
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You can try using the E-mail Rules.
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I need to move everything to the spanish folder so I can delete the english one, my boss would get confused if he sees both....

One solution is creating a new user account and pass everything from one user to the new one, but still, is there a simpler way??
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Yes, creating the new user account is the only way I know so far. Before creating new user, you need to make sure that you set the regional settings and locale correctly.

These are two docs I found that might help.

Reset Mailbox Language
http://www.petri.co.il/reset_mailbox_language.htm

Cannot Rename the Default Mailbox Folders
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/251636 (Per MS KB, you cannot do it)
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I think I will creat another user.....
I think the second document could work but I think I will take me more time than just redoing the new user....

Thank you for your help...
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