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Outlook Calendar items display in All Appointments view but not Day/Week/Month view

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Have a client that had a corrupt PST and we recovered the emails, contacts, and calendar items into a new PST file using the Stellar Phoenix recovery software (SCANPST didn't work). The client has a whole calendar full of appointments that can be viewed in "All Appointments" view in Outlook, but the moment the view is switched to "Day/Week/Month" view, the appointments don't show up. The calendar display which shows the Month and Dates also doesn't bold day numbers to show those dates with appointments. We've tried creating a new PST and moving data into it, we've tried both Office 2k3 and 2k7 and on different computers without luck.

Anyone run across this before?
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Question by:ctsmequon
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by:Jared Luker
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What about moving them to their calendar in their mailbox?  Does that make it look better?
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by:ctsmequon
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What I've described all takes place in the calendar in their mailbox--it's a local only PST (no exchange or anything like that).
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by:apache09
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Have you tried useing /cleanprofile and /cleanviews after the pst was recovered?
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by:ctsmequon
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Tried the command line switches, it seems that this problem follows the actual calendar items and not so much the profile/computer/Outlook version.
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by:apache09
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Just a shot in the dark, but perhaps /Cleanreminders  (Sometimes needs to be ran a few times)

Now that the pst has been recovered what happens if you use ScanPst now?

Another thought, If in 2007. Try going to HELP>Office Diagnostics  and see if it comes up with anything

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by:ramkumar_rkin
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Try to update to the latest version of iTunes for your PC with atleast 7.7.1 version and then give it a try.
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by:ramkumar_rkin
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Use only 7.7.1 version of iTune.
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Problem was never solved. Created a completely new PST file and removed all prior emails to avoid potential problem email items. Exported calendar items to a CSV and then reimported into new PST file.
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