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One of my user on  Windows 7 prof Platform with Ms office 2007 having issue outlook calendar.

When ever he try to access the calendar the entire outlook will crash. Due to this issue I had delete his profile from the machine & recreated then it works for three days after that it again started crashing now.



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by:mingano
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Repair the Office installation.

Under the HELP menu item first check for updates, then run the office diagnostics.

If that doesn't help you may need to recreate the .pst file
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by:samithsukumar
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i had done with Repair. No hope on it. Diagnostics shows clean
recenly i had recreated his profile so it is on new OST.
 
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by:samithsukumar
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Exchange.   I can  able to access calender on web access  with out any issues.
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by:BnuJose
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did u installed latest service packs of office 2007?
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by:samithsukumar
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yes..
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by:samithsukumar
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i even tried outlook \cleanviews . No positive result.
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by:mingano
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Does it do it in safe mode?
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by:mingano
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http://help.lockergnome.com/office/Outlook-2007-crashes-click--ftopict948923.html

Scroll down to 1/24/2009

Also try to replicate in non-cached mode.
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by:samithsukumar
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will it be same on win 7 machine.!
they had given advice on Xp platform.
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by:mingano
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Yes - it should be the same on a Win 7 machine because the steps taken are within Outlook itself.
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by:samithsukumar
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Tried. No hope.
still the same.!
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by:samithsukumar
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issue got resolved:
it was his old email PST file which creating problem. when i removed that PST. it works perfect.
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