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I cannot schedule new appointments in Outllok 2003

Posted on 2008-06-26
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When I double click on the time nothing happens, when I go to the tool bar menu bar to new appointment nothing happens, I checked my persmissions and I own the folder, it was working fine yesterday!.

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by:uid94130
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Is it the same if you use OWA?

Try to create a new Outlook profile and check from there. Might be a profile corruption.

On the other hand, you can try a repair of the Outlook client.
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by:Thickman
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Try removing all forms from Calendar properties.

1.) Click on calendar.
2.) Right-click on "Calendar" under "My Calendars"
3.) Select Properties
4.) Click the "Manage" button on the "Forms" tab.
5.) Highlight any and all forms in the right-hand pane and click Delete.

Worked for me.  Hope it works for you.
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by:prav007
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Run outlook/cleanfreebusy from the command prompt
Restart outlook
Run outlook/resetfolders from the command promot
Restart outlook

Also try creating a new profile and try not using the cached exchange mode
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Thank you so much!
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