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Posted on 2007-04-06
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Client is using Outlook 2003 in Exchange 2003 environment, She has an issue that her calendar view is set to look like the inbox. This includes preview pane etc. This happens on any systems that she logs into so that would rule out her email profile. ( which I did blow away and recreate with the same results)

I have checked view in calendar without any luck.

Anyone out there have any ideas?
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by:Stacy Spear
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Did you try going to the Calender properties (Click on show Folders, right-click, Properties, Administration Tab) and selecting Day/Week/Month instead of Normal?

Works most of the time, but not always. I haven't found any other way to change it.
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cvvood earned 250 total points
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Goto view, current view, customize current view, and reset current view.
I believe this is a mailbox setting, and remaking the profile will do nothing.

Cvv
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Have you tried starting Outlook from Run Menu using Outlook /cleanview option.
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