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Outlook Web Access & Exchange Server 2003 issue after rebuild

Posted on 2012-03-20
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I had to rebuild a users a users Exchange Server 2003 database due to corruption.

http://www.dtidata.com/resourcecenter/2008/04/25/starting-exchange-server-with-a-blank-information-store/

So it's now working again fine in Outlook but when a user uses Outlook Web Access they can only see new email.
I have imported all the old mail back into the users exchange mailbox. Any ideas?
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Does the user see their old mail using something like outlook.
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yes, they can see all their historic mail going back about 5 years in outlook.
they can only see the new mail in their owa.
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When you imported the old mail was it to the actual mailbox or to a personal folder?

Can you login on a different machine with the same user account and open outlook and see the old mails?
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