Exchange 5.5 Outlook 2000

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bobct56

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I have a little problem. The CEO of my company has two PCs. One in his office (NT4.0, Office2k pro) and one at home (Me, Office2k Pro, cable modem, Cisco VPN Client 3.1).

The problem is when he opens Outlook on his home computer, all the emails get sucked out of his inbox. I sent mail to his address, looked at it on his office pc, and after 2-3 minutes, it disappears.

This doesn't happen when his home pc is not running Outlook. Also it just started happening yesterday and nothing has been changed.

Does anyone have any ideas?
 
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Is there an option on his home version to leave a copy of the message on the server?
 

bobct56

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Not that I can tell. He is using Exchange and not internet mail. Through the VPN is should be identical to the LAN configuration in the office.
 
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This is rather far out but is it possible there is some rule setup at home to move the email to a personal folder?
 

bobct56

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I probably need to go check it out. He say he didn't create one but unfortunately, he knows how!
 
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