Outlook 2003 Client Deleted Items Missing; in OWA items present

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Hudson

A user is missing deleted items from Outlook 2003. Looking at properties, it

shows a folder size indicating that the deleted items are there. In OWA

(Exch07), the deleted items are there. I setup a new client on another XP

computer, that didn't change anything.
 
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Roady [MVP]

Start Outlook with the resetfolders switch;

Start-> Run; outlook.exe /resetfolders

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"Hudson" <Hudson> wrote in message

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> A user is missing deleted items from Outlook 2003. Looking at properties,
> it
> shows a folder size indicating that the deleted items are there. In OWA
> (Exch07), the deleted items are there. I setup a new client on another XP
> computer, that didn't change anything.
 
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Hudson

Re: Outlook 2003 Client Deleted Items Missing; in OWA items presen

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:


> Start Outlook with the resetfolders switch;
> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /resetfolders
>


Roady, I did what you asked and that didn't fix it, but as I looked at the

screen at the bottom, it said FILTER APPLIED. I searched this newsgroup for

FILTER APPLIED and found

http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.outlook.general/browse_thread/thread/f86e4eb226810c91/b629b9fa80240619?lnk=gst&q=filter+applied#b629b9fa80240619

That fixed it. Without your contribution, I would still be dead in the

water. THANK YOU!
 
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Roady [MVP]

Re: Outlook 2003 Client Deleted Items Missing; in OWA items presen

Good to hear you've got it solved.

I had read your post incorrectly; I thought the Deleted Items folder was

missing for you. Sorry about that.

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"Hudson" <Hudson> wrote in message

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> "Roady [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Start Outlook with the resetfolders switch;
> > Start-> Run; outlook.exe /resetfolders
> >


> Roady, I did what you asked and that didn't fix it, but as I looked at
> the
> screen at the bottom, it said FILTER APPLIED. I searched this newsgroup
> for
> FILTER APPLIED and found
> http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.outlook.general/browse_thread/thread/f86e4eb226810c91/b629b9fa80240619?lnk=gst&q=filter+applied#b629b9fa80240619

> That fixed it. Without your contribution, I would still be dead in the
> water. THANK YOU!
 
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