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Default Strange BIS & Outlook Web Access problem

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One of my customers is connection to there SBS 2003 server from there Blackberry using Outlook Web Access through the standard internet services.

Everythign is ok except for some reason between about 3pm and 5pm they suddenly recieve random old messages from a couple of years ago as a new message. There isnt any obvious pattern to the messages recived. Its been a bit embarasing for the customer because she has replied to a couple. I have double checked the SBS server (mainly the Exchange 2003) and cant find anything. The messages sent to Blackberry dont show in her outlook inbox.

Anyone got any ideas?

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