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Posted on 2013-02-06
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There is a folder called SyncIssues1 that I see in my archive but I do not see in my live inbox and if I go to the server properties it has a ton of items in there. I look in OWA and I do not see the folders or where they are.. Can they be hidden?

These folders are also not in the live mailbox on the client that I can see.

Any ideas?
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you are not seeing it but it is there, if in outlook you go to "folders" instead of "mail" you will see it
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