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Outlook 2007 Problem Publishing Calendar

Posted on 2009-07-08
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I am trying to publish a Salesman's Calendar in Outlook 2007.  He has been able to publish it before, however it stopped publishing suddenly.  He claims he didn't do anything.  I go on his Laptop running Vista Home edition.  I unpublish then try to publish his calendar.  I receive this error message.  

"THe upload of "Calendar" failed.  THere was a problem uploading the file to the server.  Error parsing server's file property response."

I am able to "email" his calendar.  My saleman is in Australia, not that I believe it matters.
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Sgrud earned 500 total points
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Here's someone with a similar problem and a solution; I'm unable to test this myself so proceed with caution!

From: http://www.secure-eserver.com/?p=285

"Step by step":
clicked on change account
If you change your account, all calendars published to Microsoft Office Online will no longer be published.
pressed continue
sign in
clicked next and finish
"Your calendar was published successfully 

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"Looking under tools  email accounts  Published calendars showed no calendar.

So I clicked on change account and was shown a message saying If you change your account, all calendars published to Microsoft Office Online will no longer be published. Well since I dont have any published according to outlook  I pressed continue and then sign in. It then told me I was logged into Live Id under the account I always use for that service  clicked next and finish  and was rewarded with a status screen and finally with a Your calendar was published successfully message. I could then send the diary to colleagues needing sight of my calendar.

So all back and working again &"
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by:psdalb
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Thanks. THis sounds like a winner.  Like I said, he is over in AUstralia and I have been having a hard time contacting him.  I will try the solution shortly.
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by:psdalb
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Thanks for your help and patience.  When I finally co-ordinated a time w/ the salesman, it worked on first try.  
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