PST files on the network is not supported. They must be on the local computer. PST files are also not accessible in OWA. The OWA agent has no method of accessing those files as they are local on the user’s computer.
This is true, and it depends on what he means by “moved the PST to the server”. As Dwiebesick says, you can’t “move a PST to the server” with an Exchange server. Now if he imported the pst in outlook and thereby all the email that was in his PST is now live in the mailbox on the Exchange server, that is a different story and it would not make sense that he cannot view it on OWA. The curious part that makes this question confusing is that he says he CAN see the folders in webmail, but nothing is in them. Now how does that happen if the PST is still on the local PC? I would like to know what is meant when he says he “moved the PST to the Exchange server”. I think that would help us solve the mystery here. I know you can exmerge a PST to an exchange mailbox using EXMERGE in outlook 2000 and 2003, but I have not yet investigated if EXMERGE is still available in Exchange 2007. Anyone know? Was that by chance the process used to “move the PST to the Exchange server”?