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Moving messages from Inbox doesn't "take" when done from laptop's mail clients

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Moving messages from Inbox doesn't "take" whe... - 23.Aug.2016 5:45:46 AM   
mlevin88

 

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I connect to an Exchange server with Apple Mail and Microsoft Outlook, both running on several Apple machines (OSX 10.8 and 10.9). On two of those machines, when I move messages from Inbox to other Server folders, with either application, they stay moved - disappear from Inbox, appear in the folders, all fine. But on my laptop, the weirdest thing started to happen. On both Outlook and Mail, the mail seems to move, but then either 1) shows up again in the Inbox a few minutes late (this is on Apple Mail), or 2) looks like it's moved, but other clients (as well as OWA) shows me that it's not in fact moved and is still in Inbox. It's like those client applications can't convince the server to actually move them, but why is it both of them, from that one machine? I can see new emails come in and reply to them from both clients, so I know they are connecting to the server ok. How do I debug this - how do I figure out why that one machine can't seem to push message move commands no matter which client is used?
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