I'm using Outlook 2000 as my Internet Mail Client. But recently I have
added a Exchange
Server Mailbox to my Outlook, so that my colleague and I can view each
calendar, task, etc, and also easy for planning a meeting.
But after adding the Exchange Mailbox, I found that my Outlook has 2
(also 2 Task folder, etc), one is in the Personal Folders, another one is in
Mailbox (Exchange Mailbox).
I set the [Services/Delivery] to "Personal Folders", so the new Internet
Email goes to
Personal Folders/Inbox. The Exchange Server Mail goes to Mailbox/Inbox, but
a interesting thing, if there is a new mail in Mailbox/Inbox, and you don't
open the new
mail item within 10 sec (roughly), that new mail will move to Person
automatically. If it is a meeting request mail, if you fast enough to open
it, the new
Calendar item will be in Mailbox/Calendar, else it will move to Personal
then you open it, the new Calendar item will be in Personal Folders/Calendar
colleague won't be able to view my correct Calendar data, since the item
supposed to be
in MailBox/Calendar, but finally not, this is not what I want).
*1. Is that a way to prevent the new mail in Mailbox/Inbox moving to
Actually, I have tried to make it simple by using it only the Mailbox
folders, I import all
subfolders and items in Personal Folders to Mailbox and then delete the
so that my Outlook shows only the Mailbox folder. Also set the
[Services/Delivery] to "Mailbox",
so the new Internet Mail goes to Maibox/Inbox. But it incurred another
problem, the new Internet
mail if it is composed with Chinese language will get mess (corrupted).
*2. Is this an encoding problem from Outlook 2000 or from Exchange Server?
*3. How to configure it (Outlook or Exchange Server)? So that Internet
Mail won't get mess (corrupted).
Thanks a lot.