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Outlook 2010 Exchnage 2003

I wonder if you can help me out, I am using SBS 2003 with exchange 2003. I am using windows 7 and office 2010. My issue is that if I use outlook 2010 am my inbox email will appear contacts and calendar entries but if I delete email form the inbox it won’t synchronise! If I delete on my BB or on an old machine using outlook 2003 it will update outlook 2010. Why?
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PlusITCommented:
check your outlook profile, is it set to deliver mail into a PST file?  In stead of using the native cached exchange mode ?
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Alex_JenkinsAuthor Commented:
Please can you explain a little further?
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Alex_JenkinsAuthor Commented:
Even when I take the tick out and make the profile not in cached exchange mode I still get the same issue. Alex
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PlusITCommented:
check the delivery options in that outlook profile is it delivered to exchange setting or personal folder?  

You can check this in contron panel / email / choose the middle button.  Then first tab, there you can see where it is set to deliver.  Can you attach a screenshot?
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Alex_JenkinsAuthor Commented:
I am not following the above please can you explain?
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PlusITCommented:
go to control panel, email
then go to email accounts

on the tab e-mail you will see the different accounts, for instance microsoft exchange.  If you click on that in the lower half of the screen it says where it will deliver new messages.  Make sure that is not pointing to a PST or personal folder file.
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Alex_JenkinsAuthor Commented:
I am sorry for the delay, Please can you tell me what you would like to try?
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PlusITCommented:
check the previous message pls.
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Alex_JenkinsAuthor Commented:
I will try sorry for the delay, Alex
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