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Posted on 2015-02-11
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We created a .PST file and then imported it into the new exchange profile and everything seemed fine for a couple days.  Then the user noticed issues on ipad with the no sender on emails that were imported into his inbox.  Emails in other folders seem to be fine from the PST.  I checked webmail and that is also showing the no sender emails.  His PC exchange profile is still showing all the messages.  New messages seem to be working fine.  Any ideas on how to clean this up?

We tried rebooting, re-creating mail profile on the ipad.  We have not tried anything with his computer profile as I do not want to lose his emails.  Should I attempt another import of that original pst?  It seems that those no sender emails are stored on the server so if I were to just blow away his profile they would still be there.
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Gareth Gudger earned 500 total points
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Hey beepat,

It sounds like something went wrong with the Import (or possibly the Export). Try importing again. It won't create duplicates. Also, where was the Export created from? Another Exchange system? Could be the export went awry.
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