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where is the calander ?????

hi
there is no calander folder in the outlook  !!
where is it
every thing else is there

help me pls ..

office xp
win xp
thanx
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mel7_71
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sunray_2003Commented:
Where are you viewing the other folders ? In Folder list or Outlook bar. Go to view > and select Outlook bar and see if the calendar folder is available..

SR
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mel7_71Author Commented:
sr
it's not in the folder list ....

and to make check ..i went to view >there is no outlook bar selection !!


waiting for u ...

thanx
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StuartWhyteCommented:
Hate to be "Mr State-the-F***ing-Obvious", but you ARE using outlook and not Outlook Express??

Goto Help/About... to check.

Stuart
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mel7_71Author Commented:
it's MS Outlook  4 sure
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A.V.Lead EngineerCommented:
In Outlook you have 6 toolbars at the top.  File, Edit, View...etc...  Click on Go>Calendar
If it is available.
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sunray_2003Commented:
what version of outlook ?

do u have other folders listed like inbox, outbox, sent items , notes, journal, tasks etc ??
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MicrotechCommented:
start outlook by this command and it will put the folders back in.

start > run > outlook /resetfolders
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travalCommented:
Any chance you are actually running Outlook 2003?  Check under HELP->ABOUT.

The reason I ask is that Outlook 2003 doesn't have "Outlook Bar" under view, and the Calendar would not be visible if you were viewing the MAIL folders in the NAVIGATION BAR.  If this is the case you should have "Navigation Pane" under View instead.
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mel7_71Author Commented:
nytekgirl
the calander is there ... but when i click it it sayes in a grey window (where the calander should appear) "Unable to display the folder "

sunray_2003
its Ms outlook 2003 ,sp1 ,,yes every thing is there ..but i can't see the journal too !!"unable to display the folder" !!

Microtech
i did what u said ..it gives me " unable to display the selected folder or item .couldn't complete the operation.one or more parameter values are not valid "
the command line was ..outlook:\\resetfolders  is it right ?

traval
its microsoft office outlook 2003 sp1

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MicrotechCommented:
no the command is start > run > type > outlook /resetfolders

Restores missing folders for the default delivery location.

ref http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/commandlines.htm
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mel7_71Author Commented:
Microtech
i did .. i got
" windows can't find" outlook/resetfolders" make sure you typed the name correctly  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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MicrotechCommented:
there is a space between the outlook and the /resetfolders
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mel7_71Author Commented:
ok
i did
the calander is there but when i click it ..."unable to display the folder"

strange fact...i did an advance find on  the calander (right click it ) some appointments were found  but no calander view !!!!!
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MicrotechCommented:
What are the permissions on the calender? Are you in an exchange environment?
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mel7_71Author Commented:
yes we are in an exchange environment

do some one need oermission to access his own calander ????

the journal too is acting the same way
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MicrotechCommented:
well just thinking that you can give another user absolute access to the mailbox and see if that user can get in, also see if the SELF permissions are there.
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mel7_71Author Commented:
i don't have the self permission ..but still can see my calander ,,,
any way ,,i will try that and hope it'll work
thanx
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MicrotechCommented:
self permission will be in the exchange advanced tab in active directory under the user, add a new person to this mailbox and grant full mailbox access. Then we can see if it is the user or the mailbox.

Then we can recreate the profile for the user if it turns out to be that, it may be something you want to try anyway.
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mel7_71Author Commented:
i will ..i'll give it a shot ..
but i'm out for the day ...
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travalCommented:
If you click on TOOLS->EMAIL ACCOUNTS->VIEW OR CHANGE EXISTING EMAIL ACCOUNTS at the bottom of a screen there is an option for where new messages are delivered to.  Does that say mailbox or personal folder?
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mel7_71Author Commented:
mailbox ....
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travalCommented:
The first thing I'd recommend doing, then, is to log onto a different workstation as yourself and access your mailbox from Outlook there.  If you experience the same problem then you will know that the issue is with your mailbox on the Exchange Server.  If the problem does not occur on the other machine then you will know that the cause of the problem is on the original workstation that you were using.
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mel7_71Author Commented:
thanx to all of u .....i finally had to delete the mailbox and start over ...couldn't wait to know the cause ....t took longer time than I expected ...

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