outlook 2007 displays 2 email accoutns for a single exchange acct

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Im using outlook 2007 and have a single exchange account. When I sort the view by 'E-mail account' I get two different accounts. One with my email address (ex. email.address@email.com) and a second of Microsoft Exchange Server. Both of these "email accounts" have messages in them. What causes this? Why the two different accounts when there is a single MS Exchange account?
ASKED: July 8, 2009  3:22 PM
UPDATED: July 8, 2009  4:25 PM

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  • Technochic
    You ask an interesting question! I tried it and got similar results. I think the answer from MS on this would be "This is not a problem, it's a feature" although for the life of me I can't see any reason for it myself!
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  • Bobbyd1120
    thanks for he response. The odd part is that I can not determine any form of reason for which acct displays which messages. My email.account@... displays a majority of my messages; with only a few listed under the Exchange Account. :-/
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