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Cannot Move email From Inbox To Offline Inbox Sub folders (Outlook 2010)

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hi to all,

One of the Outlook 2010 (Windows 7 Professional 32bits) Users had a hard time to move email items from her current inbox to her offline inbox sub-folder. The size of her current offline Inbox is 1779423 KB (1.69GB) . If she attempt to move email from her inbox to the offline inbox sub folder, she will be receiving message "Can't move the items, the items may have been removed or deleted " Any help would be appreciated.
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Download and install Pandali and use it's toolbar to do it.
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