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Shared Calendars Disappearing

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I have access to several shared calendars by my bosses.  They give me editor rights so i can read, create, modify and so forth.  Well every few days i click on calendars to go check them and they are no longer on my list under peoples calanders.  I have to go back to the top and choose open other peoples folders and find them again.  This is becoming more and more annoying.  Any help would be appreciated greatly.

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Jeremy
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by:rlb001
ID: 22836079
Hello, I don't know for sure if this is what is happening to you but - do you have the navagation pane on (it is the panel that has the folders, calendar, task and email buttons) Anyway, when you start up outlook on go to the calendar the shared calenders do not automatically show theirselves.  They are still connected but just unclicked to be shown.  So follow this procedure - click on the calendar button in the navaigation panel you will have calendars at the top right then half way down you will see your calender and your shared calendars listed with check boxes next to them.  Just click the shared ones and they will show up on the right.  I don't know of anyway to actually make them stay clicked between startup and shutdowns but this may be your issue. If you don't have the navagation panel on you can turn it on in the menu >view>navagation pane>normal
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by:mle724
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They are actually not listed there.  That is where they are disappearing from.  I have them listed one day, close outlook and come in the next day and they are no longer listed.

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by:Rudram
ID: 22838638
* Though a bit novice attempt, why not try to create a new outlook profile for yourself and then add all the shared calendars and mailboxes and PST files (if any) as the current setup and check whether the shared calendars still dissappear after that.

Good Luck (^_^)
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I actually did that once as well.  Unfortunately it has not helped.
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