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Oultook 2003 forms cache issue

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Using Outlook 2003 in house and through Citrix. When users work from home using Citrix and then return to the office, they are unable to open recurring meetings (getting "can't open this item" message) and are unable to right click on emails within their inbox or other folders. Deleting the frmcache.dat file from the user's profile fixes it, but is there something that can be done to eliminate the issue from occuring? Thanks.
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Hi

the issue has been discussed in detail in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/839804

you may like to consider roaming profile with folder redirection to address the issue
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