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Exchange Server 2007 - Calendar Items Dissapearing From Outlook

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On Friday the our Exchange Server went down, and the database became unmountable. I had to do a database repair on it, and delete all of the transaction logs up until that point in order to get the database mountable again.

Now, this Monday morning, people cannot add items to their calendars. The item appears in the calendar, and then dissapears within a couple of minutes (when OL syncs with Exchange)

We are also getting the following error on some machines when they send/receive:
Task 'Microsoft Exchange' reported error (0x8004010F) : 'The operation failed. An object cannot be found.'

And finally, when our scheduling people try to add an item to a shared calendar, they get the error "unable to open free busy information"

I am at a COMPLETE loss. Ideas?

Thanks in advance,

-Sootah
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Error message when Outlook synchronizes an offline address book with Exchange 2007: "0x8004010F"
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939765

Have you run ISINTEG command after repairing the database (eseutil /p) and offline defrag (eseutil /d)?
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I had run the ISINTEG command after repairing the databases initially (had to delete the transaction logs to get this to work) and was having the issue. After the server was up for a while and had new transaction logs I ran it again, after which the calendar items worked.

Thanks,

-Sootah
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