outlook 2003 using exchange server 2003 the calendar for a user lost past calender event.

Posted on 2010-01-08
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on outlook 2003 using exchange server 2003 the calendar for a user had lost past calender  events over 6 months old, however other users did not. what could cause this?
Question by:emullins01

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cyberlopez6 earned 2000 total points
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AutoArchiving (or manual Archiving) is the only thing that I can think of.  Check the Archive settings on the Calendar folder (right-click the calendar in the left-hand navigation, and select Properties and chose the AutoArchive tab) and the Auto-Archive settings (Tools->Options->Other->AutoArchive).  You can also go looking for the Archive.pst file, which is the default location and can be found in the users profile folder.

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Ensure that there is no calendar view filter

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I looked at the archive folder and you were correct, thanks.

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