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Clear Calendar from mailbox without touching other folders

Posted on 2001-06-26
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I have a user, who was attempting to import data from sidekick, into their calendar. It was not working as expected, so they tried running the export about 10 times. After the fact, they discovered that certain events were in fact imported (10 times no less), and many of them were recurring events. Needless to say, this is going to be very difficult to clean up, by deleting just the duplicates. The user has NO information in the calendar that they wish to keep, but don't want to look anything in any of their mail folders, tasks lists, etc.

Is there a quick & easy way to delete their calendar, and leave everything else in tact? Then they can just re-create the calendar entries they want.

P.S. > This is Exchange 5.5 Server, with Outlook 2000 client
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Well, you can go into the Calendar, change your view to By Category ( to get everything in a list rather than by Day/Week/Month), and then to Edit, Select All and Delete.
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Sorry it took me so long to credit you with the answer. I have not been working on the exchange project, and had failed to check back on the site.
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