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In Outlook 2003, when scheduling a meeting, one user only sees "No Information" for all people.  Other users can see the schedules, only this one user has this problem.

Posted on 2006-11-14
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We have one use who when he tries to schedule meetings on his calenday in Outlook 2003, only sees "No Information" bar for all users he tries to schedule.  If we try to schedule meeting from any other computer using a different user login, we are able to see the schedules for the same people without any problems.  We have rebooted the laptop for the user with the problem, but this did not help.  This feature worked for this user as late as early last week, he has just started having this problem.
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war1 earned 500 total points
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Greetings, larrywhite55 !

Since only one user is having the problem, the profile is likely corrupt. Create a new Outlook profile.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/profile.htm

Best wishes!
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larrywhite55,

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Thanks, war1
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Thanks for the info.  I haven't been able to try this on the users PC, he's been out of the office the past week.  I will check when he gets back in.
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