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Outlook 2003 auto deletes


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RjBass

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Well this is a new issues for me. Just when I thought I had Outlook 03 all figured out, it throws me a curve ball. For some reason my Outlook auto deletes files from my inbox and moves them to the deleted items folder. I have already double checked all the rules and message filters and can't seem to figure out why this is happening. I am going to do a Detect and Repair, but in all likelihood that won't fix the problem (as it rarely does), so would any of you have any suggestions for me?
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Well after two days I finally figured out what the issue was. Since there were no replies to the this thread I thought I should share it with you.

Along with my Outlook 03 I also have a Win Mobile 6.5 device with Outlook Mobile on it. Both my phone and my desktop connect to the same POP server to retrieve emails. When I would plug in my phone to sync up with my Outlook for the Calendar and other items, it would auto delete the files from my desktop Inbox to the Deleted item folder as that is what I had done on my phone.

To fix the issue, I changed my Sync options so that I am now only sharing my calendar, contacts, and media between devices.

So far it seems to be working.
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