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A user's mail in his inbox keeps deleting after opened.

A user's mail in his inbox keeps deleting after he reads one.

Every mail that he opens, as long as he closes it, the mail he was reading is deleted. Can anyone help me with a way to fix this?

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Most likely it isn't deleting, it just is hidden in the view you are looking at. In the top right corner of the inbox is the option to View unread only, click on that and change it to view all and you should be able to see the emails.


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It has to be a setting within his email client. As in Outlook for example, there is a box to check to "keep the mail on server", otherwise it's deleted from server after reading. Look in the configuration settings and see if you can find a similar checkbox

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Error 0x800c0133 when you are retrieving email with your Outlook Express (OE) is because of currupted Inbox file.
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