Windows Server 2003 – Outlook 2003

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User on PC1 is accessing her emails using Outlook 2003 Microsoft Exchange Server. I set up this user on PC2. PC2 is now downloading all messages from the server onto PC2s Inbox ONLY. No messages are being sent by the server to PC1. What do i need to do to enable the server to send messages to both PCs? or any PC she uses on the network. I know i've changed / ticked something during the set up process of PC2 where all messages are directed to this PC only. I have been advised already to check the box that says "leave a copy of messages on server", but i can only find this option if Outlook as been set up for POP3 accounts. Just to confirm the company is running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise edition and the PC's are using Outlook 2003, XP. Thanks and your urgent assistance would be appreciated as i need to get the user up and running in the morning. Pash

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This <a href=”http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011507931033.aspx”>Site</a> explains the differences.
You can also try this:
Open Outlook.
Go Tools> Email Accounts.
Check view or change existing email accounts.
Click Next.
Make sure the “Deliver new email to the following location:” is set to “Mailbox – Your mailbox name” and not a personal or pst folder. This will leave all the messages on the server and you should be able to view them from two computers.
Good Luck
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