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I've not seen that happen before myself. Usually I bite the bullet and just go with new profiles and re-sync the mail. It's not worth the effort to fix it.
The problem may be between Exchange and Outlook. Use cache mode. Maybe the mail will get to the user's online store. If possible try to recreate the profile on the local machine. This should work for most people. Copy mailbox contents using exmerg. Delete the database. Re-create the database and import the old mail back into it. Lots of help you can find ...
You need a cname or autodiscover record setup. Also need to configure outlook anywhere.
I saw this behavior several times. Usually it's related to Outlook local cache that contain an invalid entry. You can remove it following this steps : open outlook compose a new email type in the "to:" field the first letter of the email address or name, until it show you the record you are looking for click the cross right to the name You can also ...
olRuleActionDefer is not Supported when creating new rules programmatically, As a workaround, try to create a new olRuleSend type rule and Apply the olRuleActionDefer to it, I have not tested it but i think it's possible Creating Outlook rules through Powershell is explained and exemplified by The Scripting Guy here.
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