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Posted on 2005-03-03
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I have a very simple question.
A user told me that when he creates a new calendar entry, (Anniversary) it appears doubled in the all documents folder.

I tried it myself on several PCs and everytime I created a new calendar entry it appeared double.
But this is only the Anniversary calendar entry.
This must be a program error, mustn't it?
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Question by:didier20
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by:p_partha
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Is the time zone for the mail client same as the Server. That cud be the reason...

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by:madheeswar
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Check whether Repeat is selected?
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by:didier20
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Yes, the repeat is selected because these are anniversary entries and should remember the user every year.
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by:madheeswar
ID: 13459650
if u are willing to change Calendar selection formulae, then add:
& $CSFlags!="c" after the existing formulae
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by:madheeswar
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and mind you, if u do refresh/replace this will be removed. Test it and impement to Mail template.
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by:Blackmoorian
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For repeating calendar entries a double entry is a "feature of notes" messing with either entry will cause the repeating appointment to go awry. If you actually look at the calendar view you will only see one entry per day of repeating schedule. Do not mess with the double entry in the all documents.

In fact to help any confusions, you can go into the calendar properties and make it so calendar entries do not show up in the all documents view.
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by:didier20
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How to open the calendar properties window?
I can't find it.
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Blackmoorian earned 200 total points
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In your mail file.

Click on the Tools Action Button and select Preferences
Click on the Calendar Tab then select the Display tab under that
In the advanced section are the entries about displaying in all documents and sent views.



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