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Exchange 2007 unable to delete e-mails

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Using Exchange 2007, i get an error "Some items could not be deleted. They were either moved or already deleted, or access was denied." when trying to delete e-mails.

It doesn't matter if i am deleting 1 or 100 e-mails.  Shift + Delete also has the same outcome, as does Right Click + Delete.

Thanks in advance
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That usually occurs when they've already been deleted/removed and the GUI hasn't quite caught up.

Could this be the case?
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Well its happening on multiple computers, with the same folders, some are ok to delete, and some are not, i might be wrong, but if it was the GUI then this would only occur on one PC ?
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