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Why does moving messages not "take" when accessed over Verizon network?

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Why does moving messages not "take" when acce... - 9.Jun.2016 9:15:23 AM   
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I am using an Apple Mail client (OS X 10.9.5) to access email at my university"s Exchange server (2010 sp3 u13). Most of the time it works fine. But I notice that sometimes, when I move a message from Inbox to some other folder, it looks like it moved, no error is shown, but in a few minutes, it's back in the Inbox. I saw this happen yesterday: I moved about a dozen emails from Inbox to another folder on the server, several times, and they always came back. I was accessing the internet through a hotspot feature on my Verizon iPhone, and this happened whether or not I was on the university's VPN. When I got home and tried exactly the same thing over a wifi network (Comcast modem), the messages moved no problem, as they usually do. I've seen this before, when accessing the internet from other places. But I don't understand why being on a VPN doesn't mask these issues (since then as far as the Exchange server is concerned, I'm inside our firewall and "local"). Anyone have an idea of what it means when messages don't stay put after I move them?
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