Outlook events invisible in calendar but visible in outlook today

Posted on 2007-08-03
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Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Many employees working out of the office connect to Head office through a cluster of Terminal server and use all office applications that way. One of those employees has a problem since 2 or 3 days. All events in his calendar are now invisible but they appear in outlook today.

If we try to  create a new calendar item in a period that is busy, we have a message saying that there is a conflict even if we don't see that event.

There is no sync with any handheld device for that employee.

We are using  Windows server 2003 with exchange server 2003 and as we use several servers for TS, profiles are saved in a central directory.

Any help will be appreciated
Question by:mba-info
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Go to View->Arrange By->Customize Current View and make sure you don't have any filters set.  If a filter is off.

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Thank you this was the solution to our problem.

Great help
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Glad to help

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