Email profile getting deleted in Outlook 2003 after you log-off and log-in

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Email profile in Outlook 2003 getting deleted after you log-off and log-in to Windows XP in a domain environment. But Windows user profile seems to be intact. My desktop settings remains intact. I do not get a temporary profile error message from Windows. Thank in advance for your help.

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Windows XP, Outlook 2003
ASKED: February 11, 2013  11:02 PM
UPDATED: February 12, 2013  1:05 PM

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  • mariapete
    I have read that PST file can not be shared on networking devices. I think that could be one of the reasons of your profile corruption or loss of profile. If it is so try not to use PST file over a network. Regards Mariapeter
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