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Exchange 2013 Outlook Web Access

Posted on 2014-03-30
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So, I just import a bunch of PST files to a mailbox and when I get to OWA to access it, they are missing.

Please help.
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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If the client was in cached mode then the content may not have uploaded to the server yet. How exactly did you import the content?

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by:Marshal Hubs
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If you are in cached mode, then it may take some time to upload the the mailboxes at the server end. So, you need to wait for some time and then again sign out and sign in into your OWA to access those mailboxes.
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This  resolved issue.   I was in cached mode and immediately when i switch to online move, it worked fine.
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