User is denied acces to her Outlook folders

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I have a user who when she logs into her workstation and tries to access her Outlook folders she is denied access. If she removes and then adds them back they work. Only one other person on our network had this problem which I initially thought was connectivity related. I replaced their cat five cable and that seemed to solve their problem. I tried this with this user and it cleared up for about a week but happened again today. Any thoughts or experience with this. Outlook doesn't support archives in a network share so I cant turn to them. It uses a login batch script to load mapped drives according to department. This all predates me so I did not build them. However, we've had issues with other legacy systems and programs so it is highly possible that this could be an issue.

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A .pst file can only be opened by one person at a time. If the .pst file is on a network drive, does someone else have it added to Outlook? PST cannot be opened, then you will need to run ScanPST.exe tool which is an inbuilt tool for MS Outlook. With the help of scanpst.exe you will easily resolve this problem. Outlook Repair Toolbox For more info, see this: http://www.outlook.repairtoolbox.com/how-to-repair-outlook.html See this discuss :http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/05b33892-03db-4f09-bfdd-4e01c614f27c/corrupt-pst-file?forum=w7itproappcompat

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