Problem is solved by manually moving the items in Exchange's folders (inbox,
outbox, sent items, draft, etc) to pst's respective folders.
I just noticed when Outlook starts, I have Sending & Receiving ALWAYS ON on
the left corner of the Outlook's window. No matter whether there's a new
email or not, that send&rcv is ALWAYS ON.
> You might want to demonstrate OWA to them. You might also want to inform
> them of the issues with scanning PSTs for viruses. You might also want to
> inform them that 2GB is a hard coded limitation, not an operational
> recommendation. You might want to remind them that they probably aren't
> backing up the desktop.
> See www.swinc.com for many, many more reasons why PST=BAD.
> Ed Woodrick MVP - Exchange
> > My client doesn't want to "waste" space on their Exchange server where
> > desktop's harddisk is around 30GB !
> > This particular user's .pst file is close to 700MB, I still think it's
> > problem as I read from Microsoft KB that the limitation is +/- 2 GB.
> > Further, creating a new .pst file also didn't help (eventually).
> > Drag n drop is not a problem, but I can't ask this user (a CFO) to drag
> > drop his emails :-)
> > He told me, if others can work, why mine can not?
> > I'll try KB 305572 when I visited their office in 2 days.
> > Meanwhile, any other pointers will be very much appreciated!
> > ,Suryanto
> > > I'd highly recommend against using PST. They aren't necessarily and
> > > severely restrict the functionality of Exchange.
> > > What happens if you just drag and drop the messages?
> > > Ed Woodrick MVP - Exchange
> > > > Hi,
> > > > I have 1 user whose email stuck at Exchange's Inbox instead of going
> > > his
> > > > .pst.
> > > > The Delivery tab is already set to his Personal Folder.
> > > > Environment: Exchange2K SP3 on Win2K Server SP3 where client is W2K
> > > > with Office 2000.
> > > > All patches are applied on the client's pc (using WindowsUpdate and
> > > manually
> > > > d/load SP for Office).
> > > > If I created a new .pst, it works for 1-2 days before stuck again at
> > > > Exchange's Inbox.
> > > > Any clue/idea?
> > > > TIA.
> > > > ,Sur