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Outlook 2010 Outbox - Does that store locally in cache or on exchange server?

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When I loose connection or Outlook just can send and my email goes to the "outbox". Is that email being stored locally in the cache or is it being stored on the exchange server?
I had a user who had 30 emails in her "Outbox". We tried Send/Receive a few times and nothing. So we closed Outlook, opened it back up and the emails where gone. Thought oh..they went ahead and sent, however when we look at her sent items folder, there is nothing of those emails, the only emails that show are the ones before she lost connection and the ones after we re-connected.
This is a Outlook 2010 email account on Exchange 2010.
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Outbox lives on the local machine.
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