OST file content in Microsoft Outlook profile

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I had multiple mailboxes in my Outlook profile. one mailbox was added during my learning/testing the process of adding and internet email box to Outlook. Now a supervisor is claiming I was reading the email in that newly added mailbox. which is false. He eluded to my OST file showing this "evidence". can an OST file prove I was reading emails? Keep in mind this external email account would have been actively accessed by the user that requested I find a way to get her Gmail account added into her Outlook . I had not done this procedure before so I did all the research/testing on my PC using my outlook...After I knew the process I then implemented it on her Outlook. Everyone was very happy I accomplished this...that was months ago..now they have hired their 1st IT director he is a big tech "wizard" and now this new guy has grabbed my OST file and has said I was reading this lady's emails. He did not know she assigned my this task months ago..... Would an OST file actually provide proof that I had read any particular email messages?

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Hey ddec1123 !

I have searched for the same. And find many relevant discussions.

All that I could conclude in last is that,”there is nothing in the OST file that can clearly state that you have read that particular mails”.

I am sharing some of the links with you:

http://www.outlookforums.com/threads/92014-ost-question/
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/923814bb-0a47-44ae-bfeb-a45ab0a9d371/ost-files-details?forum=outlook

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