Exchange Email Disappear

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Exchange Send/Receive
Microsoft Exchange 2003
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook 2003
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Have a user that logs on the home machine and every thing is fine. Using User logs onto another machine to view emails and they are there, then goes back to home machine and the emails seem to have 'disappeared'. Have changed home machine, so am begining to think has to do with the profile on the exchange side? or some setup error on outlook.  Have tried to correct by pointing to different data files, .pst/.ost, but still having issues. Also, mentioned that after loggin to another machine and then using Outlook Web access they are still 'gone'. Self taught admin, so I know I'm prob doing something incorrect. Any suggestions appreciated.

Software/Hardware used:
Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003/2007, pc's w/ XP SP3

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They are “gone” because they are getting downloaded to a pst to one of the machines. The one you can still see them on has downloaded the emails to a pst on the local drive. You will have to switch that machine back to a MAPI connection and re-import the pst to the Exchange account before you can view them on any other machine. Once they are downloaded to a local pst only that machine will be able to see them.

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