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Outlook 2007 w/ Exchange cannot see Today's Email

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I have one user who uses Outlook 2007 on several PC's.  Yesterday he started having an issue where he cannot see Today's new email messages.   We know they are there because his iPhone sees all the emails over IMAP, but his Outlook does not.   I have tried deleting his Mail Profile, and resetup the Exchange connection.  A new OST was generated and it downloaded all his email from the server, except we still cannot see Today's emails.  

I am not sure what else to try.  Only the Outlook 2007 computers are experiencing this issue, if he logs into a PC with 2003 he sees them.

Any ideas what I can do to get this fixed?
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I guess this might seem like a stupid suggestion, but are the messages for today rolled up? Outlook 2007 has a default feather to group emails in the inbox, Today, Yesterday, This Week, Last Week, etc. Is there a + sign next to Today at the top of the inbox that you can expand out?
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We actually found that Sending and Receiving reported error (0x8007000E).  

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911084

After poking around a bit we deleted everything in the Junk Mail folder, and things started working again.  Still an odd issue.
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