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Outlook 2007 - Lost Subfolder

Posted on 2014-04-04
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Hello,

I recently recreated an outlook profile for a user, as they couldn't access a subfolder. The error message reported that Outlook could not access the folder path. When I then loaded Outlook 2007 the subfolders were missing. Can you please advise how the folders can be retrieved?

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by:Sam Simon Nasser
ID: 39977522
you should check the outlook folder permissions in the first place ...
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by:wcgplc
ID: 39977523
The subfolder was made by the user in his mailbox. The problem was intermittent.
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by:wcgplc
ID: 39977549
The attached is the error that the user was receiving.
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by:Imtiaz Hasham
ID: 39977555
Can you check the original PST that you had please - take a backup copy of the file and open it using Outlook.
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by:Mahesh
ID: 39977558
Try below article , it may help
http://desigeek.com/blog/amit/2007/01/17/solved-case-of-the-invisible-folder-in-outlook-and-exchange/

Also regarding above error it look like that user has created pst on network share which is not mapped \ not having permissions causing error
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by:Imtiaz Hasham
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And run ScanPST on the PST file too please
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by:Sam Simon Nasser
ID: 39977579
as shown in the error image:
you do not have permission to read / right that folder
the location (Q:\Exchange) is not available / disconnected.

just right click the folder (exchange), properties, permission and give the user / users / everyone a read and write access.
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by:wcgplc
ID: 39977585
Tried both of the above and received these two errors.
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by:wcgplc
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The user has full permissions.
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Imtiaz Hasham earned 500 total points
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Right click the file and under general, ensure under Advanced, there is no button called Unblock.  if it's there, click it.

Go to Security tab, advanced, owner and take ownership.  The errors show file permission issues :)

Alternatively, the PST is corrupt.
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by:wcgplc
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It's sorted, turns out the server was causing the problem. Thank you for your help.
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