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Posted on 2007-11-17
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Our network runs 2003 Outlook and we just recently restored poeples email from a crash.

One user says her Calandar items are missing?

What should I do? I checked the Help feature in Outlook but dioesent really clue me in.

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Hello snyderkv,

How did you restore people's emails?  From a backup PST or OST file?  Are you using an Exchange?

Calendar Items are stored in PST or OST file.  So if the restore file has the Calendar items, they should be restored. If the restore does not have the Calendar items, they are not restored.

Hope this helps!
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