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Posted 26 November 2004 - 04:54 PM
When you were setting up you Outlook account for the company's Exchange server on your laptop, do you remember a step that asked you to archive the older items. Outlook will automatically take items older that 30 days and put them into the Archive pst file located on your C: drive. This is why you are seeing you emails in you laptop in the folders and not in the inbox.
For you to get your email back onto the companies server, hope there is not too many, from the laptop, try to move all the mail back to your inbox by dragging and dropping, or you will have to click on each one and forward the email to your companies addy which will put it back into your inbox.
PST stands for Personal folders and has nothing to do with your inbox, in a way, it will move the messages from the inbox and put them into the folder that you create. The inbox just stays on the Exchange server. This is set up so that you can control the size of your inbox and be able to read some email when you are not connected.
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