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Reminders showing up the next day when I dismissed them the day before.

Posted on 2008-10-01
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I was wondering if you could tell me why my reminders for the previous
day show up when I log into Outlook for the first time in the morning.
When I open up my email I will get my reminder screen and it will have
the meetings from the previous day, even though I dismissed them
throughout the previous day.
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shonmiles earned 250 total points
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Try the "cleanreminders" switch for Outlook.

From the Run dialog type this command

Outlook /cleanreminders

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