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Outlook loosing its default Agenda view settings

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Hello Experts,

In a heavy user environment (OEO and Secretary) they are used to have multiple shared agenda's available and have a preferred view. First occasionally this view got lost and we had to use Outlook command line switches like “/CleanReminders” to solve this problem. Now this does not fix the problem anymore. And I like to know where these settings are stored and how to solve this problem. Or a work-a-round to start Outlook opening in agenda view with a specific agenda in a command line?

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Steynsk
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Excelent you solved my prolem completely
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