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Partial items "disappeared" on employees calendar

Posted on 2006-11-28
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Hi! I use Exchange 2003, with Outlook 2003 for our clients.  One of my employees swears they had more items on their calendar and that sometime during the day most of the item disappeared but not everything.

I check the basics on auto archive which was turned off as well as another other possible calendars created.

Each night I do a full backup too of the exchange server, is it possible to retrieve one persons calendar from exchange from a backup if needed?

Thank you so much,
James
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The disappearing items probably aren't random snatches by the internet gremlins. What I suspect may be happening is that there are multiple items that a user is trying to display on a particular calendar day. In any type of view that is used, unless the user changes the font size and face settings, it is unlikely that all of the text where there are multiple items will show entirely.

Outlook can only display so much at one time.

Could you check to see if Outlook puts in elipses (...) where there is supposed to be text?
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