Windows Server 2003 – Outlook 2003

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PC 1 has a user with accessing emails using Outlook 2003 all working ok. I set up same user on PC 2. PC 2 is now downloading all messages to inbox AND same user is not receiving her messages on inbox of PC 1. Server is directing all messages to PC 2. I know i've ticked something during set up...PLEASE IGNORE PREVIOUS QUESTION DATED 20th Sept 3.06pm
ASKED: September 20, 2008  4:08 PM
UPDATED: September 22, 2008  3:44 PM

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Edit the account setting within Outlook.

On the advanced tab check the box which says “Leave a copy of messages on server”. This needs to be done on both workstations so that both workstations can download all the messages.

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  • Pashers
    Once this is done on each PC, will PC1 download messages that have not retrieved by user on this pc? This is because her inbox on PC1 is currently empty, as new email messages are directed solely to PC2's inbox. What i mean is Will any further action be required or will PC1 synchronise with Server / PC2 accordingly so the inbox in PC1 will show old messages sent over last few days? (It is critical i get this right first time Monday morning as the Manager / user in question requires her email facility up and running first thing due to operational commitments) Thak you for your speedy answer so for, but a little further guidence will be walm heartedly welcomed.
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  • Pashers
    I can't seem to find this box in the advanced tab or check box - (i am running Outlook in Microsoft Exchange Server mode.) The check box is available in the advanced tab, which i have found when Outlook is running as normal POP / SMTP mode, as previously advised.
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