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Event ID 8208 0x8004010f -- Calendaring Agent failed

The whole error message is as follows..

Event ID 8208
Calendaring agent failed with error code 0x8004010f while expanding recurring appointments.  

The hex at the bottom = the following ascii.... HrQueryRows::SetImpliedRestrictions failed. Public folder:Closings Calendar.

Here is the problem.. At 10:23 this morning one of my users got a message saying her closing calendar could not be found and then it disappeared from her Public Folders folder in outlook.  It is missing from everyone's public folder and I can not find it anywhere.  

I have restarted the machine but it did not help.  We are running Exchange 2003 server... Any help would be appreciated...

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8/22/2022 - Mon
jasonduncan76

From what I have read this is either from antivirus or a permission error. I guess you could just pull it from back up and do not allow scans on that folder.
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This server does not have antivirus installed on it and I only want to pull it from backup as a last resort because our backup is 10 days old.  Is there any reason why it just disappeared from the Public Folders?  I can't even see it anymore in System Manager.  

Mark
Sembee

The error code means it cannot find it.
Content doesn't just disappear.
My money is that someone has deleted it. You need to get the someone to confess and then see if the item is in recover deleted items.

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