Hi Scott, thanks for replying. No, the clients are all
connected to the network. The e-mails arrive in their
Yes it is only the Exchange Server Service that has been
added to their profiles. Have all the latest SP's for
Exchange2000 and all the latest SP's for Outlook2000
Have a mixture of client terminal users and client PC
users and this problem effects both, as well as our remote
Had a problem with our Exchange server about three months
ago concerning circular logging. Below is the log of the
IT problem I logged and the solution.
"Circular logging needs to be On!!
Exchange has been creating 5MB log files at frequent
intervals, disk space on Exchange drive down to 1.8MB
Deleted 600MB (of 7GB) log files, left the rest so that
the database can repair itself.
Enabled cirular logging, to reuse same file."
Not sure if this helps Scott.
>Are these offline users? If so, maybe we need to look at
their sync options
>from the client side. Where do the old emails arrive? Do
they come back to
>the deleted items folder? Also, I am assuming that you
only have the
>Exchange Service added since this is what we recommend
with Outlook 2000.
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>> Please help. Whenever I re-boot our Exchange2000 server
>> our Outlook2000 clients receive old e-mail they have
>> I noticed a posting from Wade Coleman 04/10/03, and
>> Fellman suggested looking at
>> id=292249 concerning POP3. We are using an SMTP
>> on our Exchange server rather than a POP3 connector.
>> Can anyone help or have had any experience with this
>> JimBob B.