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Exchange 2007 Outlook 2007 Calendar Items Randomly Disappear

We have two Exchange 2007 Mailbox, CAS servers setup in a CCR configuration.  We have a front in Transport server.  Lately we have been having issues with items from calendar's disappearing.  These are usually meeting invites, and sometimes involve delegates but other times do not.  I have attempted to reproduce the issue, but have not been able to.  Any tips or help on this would be much appreciated.
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purplecablesAuthor Commented:
I see that post, but it has nothing to do with opening and closing Outlook.  Not all items disappear, sometimes it works for a week.  It will just be random items that disappear, and we are talking about 750 different mailboxes, not just 1 or 2.  There are 14 different storage groups, this is happening in all storage groups, not just one.
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purplecablesAuthor Commented:
I have tried ExBPA a few times and corrected all critical errors.  That was months ago, I will try it again today or tomorrow to make sure nothing has changed.
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purplecablesAuthor Commented:
Ran exbpa, it came back with no problems
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purplecablesAuthor Commented:
I disabled the Antivirus file level scanning to test and haven't had it happen since that point, although it still may happen again.  Just for notes I did put in all the proper exclusions for in Symantec relating to Exchange and CCR.  I'm going to close the question and if something else comes up I will reopen it.
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