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Outlook and default folders

Hello everybody,
i have a problem with the default calendar. I delete the default calendar in exchange client. Now i´ve create a new folder name calendar in Outlook. But Outlook don´t recognize it as the default calendar.
Any suggestions. Thanks in advance
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wessAuthor Commented:
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schmieguCommented:
Just create the new folder and make sure that you assign the appropriate elements (I think, Scheduling Elements should apply to the english version)
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wessAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but i´ve created a folder in the way you told me. Outlook don´t recognize the new folder as the default calendar folder. You can see this, when you create an appointment with alarm. Outlook tells me, that the appointment isn't created in the calendar or the task folder.
Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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schmieguCommented:
Sorry, I can't find anything about in Technet
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wessAuthor Commented:
Thanks, i know.
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jboddyCommented:
Re-install outlook??!!
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schmieguCommented:
I guess, it's a problem on the server (or did I misunderstand "exchange client"?)
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wessAuthor Commented:
You don't misunderstand server. We have exchange server 4.0 and Outlook Clients 8.0.
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walterqCommented:
My understanding of Outlook 98 so far is don't mess with the default folders. Create new ones if you want but don't create a new one and name it exactly like the default one.
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schmieguCommented:
Export your data to a .pst, delete and recreate the mailbox (or ask the admin to do this) and import your data from .pst (.ost doesn't work 'cause of changing ID): that's the only way to get default folders
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