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Outlook 2000 Mailbox issue

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Hi all,
I am using W2K Pro & Office 2K
I am on a domain. I also have admin rights.
We use POP, SMTP and MS exchange server.
I just set up my outlook and in my folders list, I have an in box that works well with e-mails coming in from outsite our network.
I also have a "Mailbox" in my folders list that I suspect as my e-mails from people within my domain. People within my domain send me mail, but I do not get them in my in box.
Problem is I cannot access the mailbox. I receive an error stating "Unable to display the folder. You do not have permission to log on."
What is the name of this "Mail Box" file?
Any other solutions to access this file would be appreciated.

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