Exchange client Inbox Empty, in OWA also. Effecting all clients.

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Exchange 2003 SP2
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook 2003
SBS 2003
Using SBS 2003 Exchange, SP2 and Outlook client 2003. The Inbox is empty, even though messages were sent, and visible within the Sent Items. The message has got to another mailbox, as the increment has increased. This also effect OWA. However, if I move a message from Sent Items and place into the Inbox., it appears visible in both client and OWA. I have already performed Outlook /Clean and Isinteg on Priv database, and also rebuilt Exchange and IIS. Any thoughts?

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First the obvious – check Tools | Account Settings | and check the delivery location (bottom of e-mal tab) to confirm that it’s set to the Inbox.

Barring that, you will need to explain exactly what steps you performed when you say you rebuilt Exchange and IIS, and what switches you ran for Isinteg on your priv.edb. What happened to your server, and why did you have to rebuild Exchange? Why didn’t you restore from backup? Or did you?

David

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