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Strange daily Outlook occurence

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  1. mcseguy9

    mcseguy9 Thread Starter

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    I have a user that sent this to me in an e-mail last night. I read it and don't have a clue so I thought I'd pick your brain and see if you have any thoughts on this. We use Windows XP sp2, Outlook 2003 and Exchange 2003. Everything is on the latest service packs.

    "For about the last two weeks or so, when I open my computer in the morning upon arrival (it is always on, so I just turn on the display), I find a blank e-mail in my Inbox, as if it were a draft. The heading above the address section says "This message has not been sent." Yet it is in my Inbox. It is always time stamped between 9:04 and 9:08 pm. There is no content, and I have simply been deleting it everyday."
     
  2. abustiaf

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    Maybe he is doing that in his sleep. :D
     
  3. axrichardson

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    If using Outlook Express, select the message, File, Properties and this should reveal details and message source.
     
  4. mcseguy9

    mcseguy9 Thread Starter

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    Nope, we're using Outlook 2003 with latest patches/service packs and we're using it on a corporate network behind an Exchange 2003 server, so we're not using POP or IMAP either.
     
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