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Where else would a Outlook folder file (.pst) be located on a Terminal Services profile?

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Hello

This is a the predicament the user is in.  We are using Exchange 2007 and the user is logging into Terminal services from a thin client.  Prior Admin had set a local folder (.pst) for the client to store his categorized mail into his personal folders on Outlook. Now the folders have disappeared. We have gone through all the folders in Outlook and checked the deleted items and they are nowhere to be found. I've checked the Terminal services profile folder in the local settings and looked for .pst files and still cannot find it.  The user is able to receive and send emails fine from the exchange account. Is there any other way to find the missing "folder" that was created by the prior admin?  Please help.
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Hope this will help.
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Thanks I'll try that.
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