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Some typed sentences in Outlook email are missing after sending

Posted on 2013-12-19
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I have had two users that when they send some emails some of the last sentences they wrote are missing.  Even one of them sent it to a internal user.

Outlook 2003
Exchange 2003
Vipre Business for AV with Email Protection turned off.
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Vlastimil Sopuch earned 500 total points
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Hi,

What was the format text like? (HTML, Plain TEXT, Rich TEXT)
Any URL's, pictured removed or just text?

This would require further testing.. Is the cached mode on? Try testing it without it as well.

What's the storage limits/free space like on both mailboxes.

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