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Multiple "Calendar in Public Folders" show up in navigation pane, and I want to remove them.

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Hello,

We have just migrated a small business to exchange 2003, sbs 2003. We installed outlook 2003 on each desktop. The desktops' personal folders were imported into outlook 2003, since the legacy mail was there prior to the exchange conversion.

My problem is this: One of the desktops, when you display the calendar navigation pane in Outlook, has the mailbox calenar (good), a personal folders calendar (good), and then 3 "calendars in public folders" which I have no idea how they got there. They also had 2 more calendars which I was able to delete, but the public folders ones I cannot delete, getting an error to check permissions, etc.

I cannot find these on the exchange server (I see the public folders there that I really did set up) and when I log on as this user on another desktop, they do not appear (so I thought perhapds they were local to the desktop). But I can' seem to find out where to look to rid of these.

I can provide more info, but I would really like to get rid of this. Thank you.

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xxgenius earned 375 total points
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first check the outlook settings. i would delete the outlook profile and recreate it.
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Sorry for the delay - thank you for the info

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