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Exchange server and outlook 2003

Hi,

I just purchased a new PC for my employee and setup his exchange account on the computer to sync up with his account on the server. While syncing I was expecting many e-mails, calendars and contacts to appear in outlook, but none came through; this clearly indicates that whatever he received/added and modified in his outlook was never saved on the exchange server.

Being that he is still using his old PC, is there an option I can select in outlook to sync up all his messages/folders/contacts and so on so that I can sync them on the new PC?

Thank you
ExchangeOutlookWindows Server 2003

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