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Posted on 2013-05-13
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Dear All, I do need your help.

I am using Exchange2003 mail server.
my users are using Outlook on Cache Mode.
The Mail File data base bacome corrupted.
I have performed a restore of all mail file from last full backup from last month (four week ago)

Now I do not know what will with the  file that are on cach (from the last four week) when outlook replicate with exchange server:
- Wil the referred mail be replicated (transfered) to the server or will be deleted from the cach (from the outlook ost).
Thanks & regards

PB
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Imtiaz Hasham earned 500 total points
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Hi,

I hope I understood your question correctly.  Would the emails come back from the PC to the server?  Yes they would, however, the dates might be a bit skewed :)

Have had this problem in a 2 day issue and it was fine, emails directed fine from client PC to server.
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