outlook 2003

does the pst file size limit of 2gb apply if you are using outlook with exchange 2003 cashe mode?
I am getting a "unable to create folder" error when trying to create a new folder.
raffie613Asked:
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George ZarifCommented:
did you have outlook 2007 installed?
raffie613Author Commented:
no, just 2003
ThethicalCommented:
the limit of 2gb are for psts from outlook 2000. Did you upgrade from outlook 2000? If not you could have a limit size on the server.

Try deleteting the OST file in your profile so outlook will create a new one. If the error persist check the server limits
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raffie613Author Commented:
No, no size limits. This is the only user not letting me create a new folder. What else could be causing it?
raffie613Author Commented:
This is only happening on one user. I am able to create a new folder in his OWA, just not in Outlook. Getting that error.
George ZarifCommented:
did you try to do a repair or even an uninstall and reinstall?
raffie613Author Commented:
no, should i?
George ZarifCommented:
Yes it won't hurt.
raffie613Author Commented:
I created a new profile and that fixed it.

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raffie613Author Commented:
This solution worked while the other did not.
George ZarifCommented:
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