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Office 365 Webmail

I have a user who has emails she has sent arrive months later to their destination. I wrote it off initially as the recipients pulling a variant of the "I never got that email!" card, but then I witnessed it occur with an email she sent to another worker. I cannot recreate the issue, so I wanted to see if anyone else experienced this issue before or had any ideas on how to troubleshoot.

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(NT) What e-mail provider?

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(NT) Outlook owa

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Then it's a question for the Exchange manager. Let him look at logs to see the details of these mail. Also checking the header of the mail (in the mail source) might be interesting.

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