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Outlook 2003 client side rules dont work

Hi,

I had set up a few rules (about 14) redirecting the mails to my PST and sub folders in it. They were all working fine until about last week ( i did not make any changes) and suddenly it stopped working. Now i have to manually run the rules. OS: XP sp 2.

Can someone help? and if somebody can respond on snayak@cashedge.com, it'd b highly appreciated.

Cheers!
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