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Snow Leopard, Mail & Exchange 2007
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NateEssex
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Sep 16, 2009, 12:25 PM
 
I'm using Snow Leopard, Apple Mail and work has an Exchange 2007 email server. When I get emails on my MBP in Mail, they disappear from the server when I use my PC at work or log in via webmail. There are certain emails I need to acknowledge "Read Receipt" that I can't do now if my mail is gone from the server.

Can anyone PLEASE point me in the right direction on what I can do? Is there a setting in Mail to have the Read Receipt come on? Is there a setting somewhere to have mail remain on the server, like on POP accounts?

Thanks!!
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seanc
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Sep 17, 2009, 04:59 PM
 
Mail shouldn't be disappearing from the server...
Are you definitely collecting messages from the server using the Exchange/IMAP protocol? You're not accidentally using POP are you?

I haven't got Exchange 2007 running yet, so I can't test it.
     
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Sep 17, 2009, 06:25 PM
 
I used the new account setup and selected Exchange, and put in the server info. On the Mac side with Mail, you would think everything is perfect the way it functions. I just need to keep stuff on the server and/or have the ability to use a Read Receipt function.
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