Outlook calandar view incorrect

The view in outlook2007 sp1 calandar is incorrect, when selecting todays date it views dates in the past.
The OS is XP sp2, I have tried changing various settings including outlook.exe/cleanview and changing the dispaly settings and resetting them, when this person uses their mail on a different computer, same problem, she is a PA so usually has a number of calandars and inboxes open at once.
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LizzyosullyAsked:
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Lizzyosully,

   "The view in outlook2007 sp1 calandar is incorrect,"

Can you explain what that view is, and how you created it?

(Note: Unless you can be sure that every expert here knows what you mean by "PA", then it is irrelevent, just say that the person has multiple calendars.)

JeffCoachman
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LizzyosullyAuthor Commented:
The User is in charge of multiple calanders and inboxes using outlook2007sp, she got a new computer, does not know how she created this view or how to change it back to the correct view. I have gone through various steps, resetting views, resharing out the delegation, cleanviews.exe etc....
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
The only thing left to do is to uninstall Outlook, (But keeping the profile), then re-install it, thus resetting the standard views
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LizzyosullyAuthor Commented:
This has been sorted now, by changing some permissions, adding send as to Blackberry administrator and Self allow write personal information, then took the user off cache mode in outlook all seems to be fine now, not 100% sure how as I would not have thought these were not possible solutions, thanks anyway.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Lizzyosully,

Great , congratulations.

You can actually accept your own post as the solution!
;-)

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