Outlook2007 > Exchange2003 - Emails going missing - Strange

Hello

Last night I checked my emails on my smartphone and Listed lots of new emails from trusted people/ friends (left them un read)

When i booted up my computer at work logged into outlook although i was connected to the exchange server these emails were not there. I checked my smartphone and
watched as the emails i saw the previous evening dissapear before my eyes...

I proceeded to back up my OST on Outlook and re-create my profile with the excahgne server. It started to update inbox but the was 1/2 the size of what it should be (and the size that it is on the exchange server). And now that it has finished I have a huge gap in emails 3 or 4 months missing and no calender entries.

I have checked the exchange server and it is not in a dirty shut down state and have run isinteg -s <servername> -test Alltests
and no errors found.

Any one any ideas what has happended and how I can sort.

Your help would be most appreciated!!!



doregoAsked:
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BatchVCommented:
Hi Not quite sure what happened there but if they got deleted on your PC with outlook 2007, you can try and recover them by going into your outlook > Tools > Recover deleted items.

I think by default the exchange 2003 keeps deleted items for 30 days so give it a go asap.

Regards

Batch
doregoAuthor Commented:
Hello

Not in Deleted Items. They never appeared in outlook 2007 at all.

Struggling!!
BatchVCommented:
Could you have accidently deleted these mails from your handheld device?
Also do you have a roaming profile and logon from more then one PC?

Well the last resort might be long way around is to restore form your backups. I hope you do backup you server / exchange on regular basis.

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doregoAuthor Commented:
No I haven't deleted anything

Will restore from a backup and see if that sorts.
doregoAuthor Commented:
Backup Worked and resolved issue.

But didn't get down to why it had happened
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