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Attachment Sort is not also in order by date

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If I sort my Inbox by Attachments all of the attachments received prior to our migration from Outlook/Exchange 2003 to 2010 will show at the top in date order but all of those that have been received after the migration will show at the bottom after the oldest email in the sort.  My guess is that Outlook/Exchange 2010 handle attachments differently but I am wondering if there is a setting that can fix this.  I looked online and was told that you could try deleting the .ost file  so I renamed my .ost and it did the same thing.  I also deleted my Outlook profile and that didn’t work.  Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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