This is a shot in the dark, but I just had an issue with one of my users today where he couldn't really do anything productive with his e-mail. He sent two 32 meg attachments this morning before I got to the office, and those attachments got stuck into his sent folder. Then one of them bounced back (filled up his quota, you see) and added another 45 Meg to his inbox somehow. I couldn't dismiss a whole group of apptmnts, couldn't delete anything, blah blah blah. I ended up closing outlook on his computer (no easy task) then went to my nice clean computer, opened up his mail box and started moving things to personal folders. That worked. Once he was far enough under the space limits he could move around better. How is it that execs can kill their respective computers so easily? It's like they took a course about making our lives miserable while in MBA school.... Matt Walkowiak -----Original Message----- From: KJ Demott [mailto:prjit@xxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 1:33 PM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] unable to view deleted items folder http://www.MSExchange.org/ - Re-Vamped! We are running Exch 2000 with Outlook 2000 clients. I had to repair the priv1.edb with eseutil /p. Once the store was mounted, things are in pretty good shape, however I have a couple of problems that all seem to be related. 1. One client is unable to display deleted items folder 2. Another client cannot dismiss two personal calendar events that occurred over a month ago - unknown error. 3. Two clients are unable to delete items in their inbox - access denied. I have tried exporting the folders to pst files and running scanpst. This did not find any errors. I have run isinteg on the information store - no errors found. I have run an exmerge on the affected users and reimported the pst files into thier mailboxes and the errors are still there. Am I missing something, or are there any other suggestions?