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Have a user that is experiencing the following in Outlook 2013 on a SBS 2011 system.

The message I received is as follows.

The message I was talking about that appears on my emails came back this morning. I opened my emails there were a few new items in there which I deleted, see screenshot 3 Then my inbox displayed screenshot 1 which revealed the extra message shown on screenshot 2.  
it is not always a spam message that gets hidden.


Could it be related to the cached exchange mode. This is set at the default setting which is 12 months

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by:Amit
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Please check via OWA, if you see same result. Then someone restored the data. If not, then it could be caching issue.
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by:floyd197
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Nobody would have restored the Data. The caching is set to the default setting 12 Months
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is it worth setting the caching to all.

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Caching will help to open email faster. Also reduces load on Exchange server. Better you recreate the profile again, by moving old OST file and create new OST file. Sometimes, OST tend to get corrupt and you will see such behavior.
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How would be the best way to do this. Rename the old ost and would outlook recreate it.

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Yes, rename the old pst and let outlook create new one again.
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