Outlook 2007 -email moved to calendar loses all details

I ahve Office 2007 Pro isntalled with CDO. When I move an email to my calendar , the email body is not moved into the calendar subject body (It was whe I was on Outlook 2003) I have reviewed the Outlooks options and do not see any related setting. As well we have otehr users with Office 2007 installed and they are not ahving this issue. we all use the same exchange 2003 server.
svenable1Asked:
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, svenable1.

Have you tried running Office Diagnostics from the Help menu?
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svenable1Author Commented:
yes, it found nothing. I have also run a repair of office too which did nothing. done several google searches and find nothing on this issue.
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David LeeCommented:
Is your computer the only one that has CDO installed?
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svenable1Author Commented:
no others with Office2007 have it installed also. they do not have the same issue
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David LeeCommented:
That makes me thing that CDO is the cause.  How about removing it and reinstalling Outlook?
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svenable1Author Commented:
my last post was not clear, others DO have CDO installed and do NOT have the same issue. I had the issue before installing CDO, I installed it to see if that was a fix.
I'm assuming you have never run into this kind of issue with office before?
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David LeeCommented:
Correct.  I have not run into this before.  
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svenable1Author Commented:
I am with drawing the question as I recieved no solution and little interest from experts.
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