Calendar Items Show Up in OWA But Not In Outlook

Posted on 2006-07-12
Last Modified: 2009-07-29
  A user is experiencing problems with Outlook. It freezes up and he has to reastart to get it to work again. We have narrowed the problem down to a problem with his Calendar. While troubleshooting this problem, I noticed that some Calendar items show up in Outlook Web Access, but not in the MAPI versio of Outlook - I have not found any articles that explain that behavior. I wonder if this might in some way be related to the freezing-up problem that the user is experiencing.

Looking forward to comments...
Question by:emailgroup
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TOPIO earned 250 total points
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Hi emailgroup,
Pending abetter solution from one of my fellow experts
create a personal forlder file (.pst)  o the computer and clear the official
folders of the user 1 by 1 (contacts, calendar, inbox, etc) completely by moving every single item
to the pst file  until the problem goes away.

Then do a slow restore of the items in the folders in question until you find one or two corrupt items that can be causing this problem


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