User's machine is Windows 7 Pro 8 gig ram and Outlook 2010
Server Windows 2003 standard edition, 32 bit, 4 gig ram, 60 gig System vol.
A user's PST gets corrupted each time the computer boots up.
The user originally had their PST stored on a networked drive. To reduce activity on the server's HDD, I opted to move the PST to the local machine.
I did this by
1. closing outlook on the local machine,
2. copying the file to a folder on the local user's machine,
3. Via control panel/Mail, changed the location of the PST from the server to the local machine.
4. Closed control panel
5. Gave outlook back to the user.
Outlook opened fine and continued to work for several hours.
The next morning the user complained that Outlook would not work. I found a error message stating the PST was corrupt. I ran a scanpst which seemed to erased most entries in the PST. I was able to restore the PST using Stellar PST rebuild utility.
The PST working fine again, I then open and closed outlook several times with no problems. Handed Outlook back to the user again.
The next morning, the same error messages and the PST was corrupt again.
I have directed the user to HTTP access to the email and remove the ability to send and receive mail. This was to allow her archive style access only.