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Outlook 2007 with Exchange 2008 Error

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Hi Team,
I am running Win2008 STD Server with Office 2007 Enterprise installed on it and have RDP enabled for users to log in to it and use Outlook.

We run a Exchange server 2010

My problem is that several users that are connect to the exchange via the Terminal Server Outlook are having issues when they send emails they get stuck in the outbox, however if l try removing them l get "some items cannot be deleted. They are either moved or already deleted."
There can be over 100 emails in the outbox and l cannot remove them.

However when user runs locally there is no issues.

Can someone help me please!

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I am just guiding you to this which was allready discussed before.
Hope it helps you out..
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