Outlook 2007 lost inbox

Hello all
Ok, here is what I have.  A customer has SBS 2003 with 15 liceneses.  On a normal day, up to 18 people are connecting to this server... and of course I am getting license popups all day on it.  I finally convinced them to buy 15 more licenses (just in case).  The licenses have not come in yet and this morning the President of the company lost his inbox.  No email anywhere.  Could this happen because of the licensing or is this another issue?  I looked at the Exchange Manager (or something like that) and it says that he had 3.5 gigs of data in his Inbox (definitely not a good thing to begin with anyways, but he is the President and I cant change his mind.. ugghh).  So the data is on the server, but I am thinking its simply a licensing thing.
What do you guys think?

Thanks!!!!
jonmenefeeAsked:
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
No, licensing will not cause this issue.
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jonmenefeeAuthor Commented:
Ok.  Any idea what might cause this issue then?  I am at their office and am logged in under my account and it says the Exchange server is unavailable.  I can sit at someone else's computer that has been logged in all day and their email is working just fine
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jonmenefeeAuthor Commented:
Actually, it was as easy as I thought it was.  I asked a few people to log off Outlook and when I restarted the Presidents Outlook his Inbox came back.

15 more licenses are definitely on the way :-)

Thanks Shree :-)
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Thanks for the points.

Have a great Weekend  !!
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