I have a costumer which save some of their mails on SharePoint, making them able to keep track of conversations etc. via SharePoint. Right now there is a Cache issue. When they open the emails in Outlook via SharePoint the first time (after every cache-clearance) it opens fine and no issues what so ever. As soon as they close the email and tries to open it, SharePoint says that the email no longer exists and asks if it should open the file from their temp folder. If they say yes it is no longer possible to open it yet again, neither via SharePoint or the temp folder.
"Cannot open file: 'path'. The file may not exist, you may not have permission to open it, or it may be open in another program. Right-click the folder that contains the file, and then click Properties to check the permissions for the folder."
It needs to be said that this issue only occurs in Internet Explore but not in FireFox (IE and FF are the only 2 browsers they use).
We can't figured out if it's a setting in Central Admin which causes this, or if it's something else. All of my colleagues conclusions points towards the Cache, as all the emails are available and can be opened again the next day.
It's a SharePoint Enterprise. We migrated the entire site and solution from a SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010, 5 months ago, but they just recently noticed this error.
We tried opening mails saved on SharePoint on one of our domestic environments to see if we could replicate the error, and it happened when we opened the emails after a few times.
What might cause this?