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Dear Experts,

With regards to Outlook 2007 server-side rules, is it possible to view said rules from the exchange server (Exchange 2007).

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by:Amit
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There is a tool from MS Mdbvu32

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320022

This applies for Exchange 2007

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb397215(EXCHG.80).aspx

You can use this to view or delete any rule
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Dan Arseneau earned 375 total points
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Get-InboxRule -Mailbox dan@mycompany.com
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by:Dan Arseneau
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..oops...Exchange 2010 feature
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by:Amit
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Hey Dan, i will still mark it as helpful comment
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by:Dan Arseneau
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You're too kind.  Perhaps it'll come up in future searches regarding Exchange 2010 and Inbox rules.
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This has now been sorted.

Basically the outlook client thought the mailbox had different rules Vs the rules the server thought the mailbox had. Therefore there was a conflict, and we could only resolve by closing all instances of the mailbox and then loading it back up. When going into rules and alerts, it noticed the rules on the client were different to those on the server. I chose server, and from then on all mailboxes instances had the server rules. Which is what I wanted.

I have not answered my own question (because I did not give all the details), but at the same time no one gave me good information as per my question. So I have given my points to Dan, who gave a useful tip as per amitjulshrestha mentioned.

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by:Dan Arseneau
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For rule issues in Outlook, run the following:

Start | Run | Outlook.exe /cleanrules
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